‘Have you cloned yourself?’ Rochelle Humes shocks fans with a rare photo of her lookalike sisters

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  • Rochelle Humes had Instagram users convinced she was actually one of triplets when she posted a rare picture of herself with her siblings.

    She shared an image of herself posing alongside her sisters Sophie and Lili Piper with the caption: ‘Lil birthday week launch #RH30’.

    Rochelle turns 30 on Thursday, and looked like she was gearing up to get the celebrations started early.

    Rochelle is pictured on the left hand side of the family snap wearing a stunning polka dot mini dress. Her sister Lili, centre, is in black leather shorts while Sophie, on the right, is wearing a plunge neck bodysuit.


    But with their glossy dark locks and identical grins, the sisters look so similar that it’s really not easy to figure out who’s who.

    ‘Which one even are you?’ one user asked. ‘This took me ages to work out which one was you!’ another agreed. ‘Have you cloned yourself?’ another asked.

    Some were convinced that the three sisters were even more closely related. ‘You all look like triplets,’ one commented. ‘Your sister looks more like you than you do,’ another exclaimed.

    Others thought some kind of computer trickery must be involved. ‘I thought it was the different looks of Rochelle until I see the comments,’ said one. ‘I’m so confused, I actually thought it was a edit of you through the years,’ another added.

    Last month, Rochelle shared a picture of the newest member of the Humes family, a Cockapoo called Ginger. She and her husband Marvin already have two daughters together, 5-year-old Alaia-Mai and 2-year-old Valentina Raine.

    The TV star also shared a picture of Marvin celebrating his 33rd birthday yesterday, as she marked the occasion by sharing a picture of him opening his birthday presents in bed.

    ‘We woke him slightly earlier than he probably would have liked but, Happy Birthday to our one and only Mr EVERYTHING,’ she wrote. ‘I could write a caption longer than Shakespeare but it’s simple really. You are the centre of our world and we adore you. End of.’