Lisa Bonet and Zoë Kravitz are probably the most gorgeous mother-daughter duo on our list. Bonet is most famously known for her role as Denise Huxtable in the television classic “The Cosby Show” and the spin-off, “A Different World.”
Zoe Kravitz has made quite a few Big screen appearances of her own – she played Angel Salvadore in the superhero film “X-Men: First Class,” and had a lead role in “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
Madonna & Lourdes Leon
There's probably not a pop radio station in the world that hasn't played the tunes of Madonna. Madonna has always been known as a rebel in the music industry, and it seems that her personality has definitely rubbed off on her oldest daughter, Lourdes Leon.
Lourdes, who also goes by, Lola, is a runway model for Stella McCartney and a fashion designer for her and her mom's clothing line, “Material Girl.” This young woman is already attempting to conquer the fashion world.
Reese Witherspoon & Ava Phillippe
Reese Witherspoon, the star of the cult movie franchise, "Legally Blonde," must have carbon copied herself when she had her daughter Ava Phillippe. The resemblance between this mother-daughter duo is probably the most striking in this whole gallery.
Phillippe made her first official mark in the fashion world when she starred in the lookbook for Rodarte's Fall 2018 collection. Besides modeling, she's also a talented artist and often posts her sketches and sculptures on her Instagram account.
Brad Pitt & Shiloh Jolie Pitt
When your parents are two of the most alluring people in Hollywood, it's only natural that people will be drawn to you. This is the case of Brad Pitt's daughter, Shiloh Jolie Pitt. Shiloh shows a striking resemblance to both her parents.
Shiloh Jolie Pitt, like her mother, goes by her own rules. Some confuse her for a boy, as she's been dressing in boyish clothes since she was 3 years old. We think that it's awesome that she has parents who give her the freedom to express herself how she chooses.
Halle Berry & Nahla Aubry
Halle Berry has been making history since 1986. She was the first African-American Miss World contestant, and she finished sixth. She became the first African-American actress to win an Oscar for "Best Actress" in the movie Monster's Ball.
Berry tries her best to keep Nahla out of the public eye and was a spearhead of the anti-paparazzi bill that became California Law in 2013.