These Twin Sisters on Instagram Are Giving the Kardashians a Run For Their Money


It looks like there may be two new fashion icons on the block, and although they are short in stature, they are high in fashion.

Bella and Chloe are the 4-year-old twins of Lucy Abir, who dressed her daughters in costumes inspired by the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” for a birthday party and had them pose for pictures on Rodeo Drive, according to Design Taxi.

Whether she wanted Insta-fame for her daughters or not, it happened. Already, the “royal twins” have garnered almost 30,000 followers and received praise from Kim Kardashian.

It seems like it is only a matter of time before the two adorable twins are the stars of their own reality television series. 

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