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Who is the mother here? Australian mom looks as young as her daughters and goes viral (7 photos)

It is absolutely an uncanny feeling when one sees Mom Natalie Wardell (45) with her Jazmyne (21) and Tamika (19) as they look strangely alike, like sisters.   In fact, the mother often gets mistaken as their sister.  Natalie has a quirky nickname which is ‘bogan barbie’ and it apparently means a blonde redneck with large breasts.

It is absolutely an uncanny feeling when one sees Mom Natalie Wardell (45) with her Jazmyne (21) and Tamika (19) as they look strangely alike, like sisters. 

In fact, the mother often gets mistaken as their sister.

Natalie has a quirky nickname which is ‘bogan barbie’ and it apparently means a blonde redneck with large breasts. 

Reports say girls don’t want to hang out with their moms but in the case of Jazmyne and Tamika they love hanging out with their mom, more so because of the attention they get. 

In fact, Natalie says that some people in fact mistake Jazmyne to be her mom because she is much taller than her.

While most of the times she takes it as a compliment for looking younger than her age, but at times she says that people mean it in a nasty way as if she is trying to copy her daughters. She adds that what people don’t realise is that she has had long blonde hair from the time she was fifteen.

 

She also says that sometimes people are shocked to hear them call out Mom to her, and they instead look around to find out where the mom is.

 

According to an article in Daily Mail, Jazmyne will be soon competing in the Ms Summernats competition, while the rest of the family will just be there to cheer her and enjoy the event.  Natalie feels that hanging out together in the car events brings them together as a family.

 

According to a report on Unilad, Natalie and her two daughters, except one are huge fans of cars and are often seen in car events. In fact, Natalie met her husband while she was admiring his car and then they started discussing their love for automobiles.


 

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