Nicole Kidman at Paris Fashion Week with her teenage daughter who looks like her

Nicole Kidman and her teenage daughter Sunday Rose dated like twins: can you tell them apart?

On June 26, the actress and her 15-year-old daughter, Sunday Rose Kidman-Urban, attended a Balenciaga fashion show during Paris Fashion Week.

The mother-daughter duo sported straight blonde hairstyles, black dresses and dark sunglasses. In a video posted to Vogue's Instagram page, the teen leads her mother through a crowd of fans and photographers at the fashion show.

Sunday Rose Kidman-Urban and Nicole Kidman (@voguemagazine via Instagram)

Kidman and her husband, country singer Keith Urban, share daughters Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret, 13. Kidman gave birth to Sunday Rose while Faith Margaret was born via gestational pregnancy.

The “Big Little Lies” star also shares two adult adopted children with her ex-husband, Tom Cruise: daughter Isabella and son Connor. Tom Cruise and his ex-wife Katie Holmes are the parents of a daughter, Suri.

Kidman and Urban's daughters take inspiration from their famous mom in other ways: they act, too. In 2019, Sunday Rose and Faith Margaret voiced characters in the animated film “The Angry Birds Movie 2.”

In 2021, Urban told TODAY that his daughters are interested in both singing and acting. “More directing than acting, which would be pretty good,” he said.

Kidman and Urban made their first media appearance as a family in April at the 49th AFI Lifetime Achievement Award Gala, where Kidman was the guest of honor.

In 2019, Kidman said she would have loved to have more children with Urban, whom she met in 2005, when she was 38.

Sunday Rose Kidman-Urban and Nicole Kidman (Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images)

“We say, 'Oh my God, I wonder if we met when we were 25, then we could have been 10!'” Kidman told People. “But Keith says, 'Stop the wanting mind.' It's much better to be completely in love and satisfied with what you've been given, what we've been given.

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