'I thought she was your sister': Fans can't get over Naomi Campbell and her lookalike mother

Valerie Morris Campbell and daughter, Naomi. Image via Getty Images.

Good looks are in Naomi Campbell’s genes!

The infamous supermodel recently took to social media to wish her mother, Valerie Morris Campbell, a happy birthday, but fans couldn’t get over the 67-year-old’s youthful appearance.

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The 48-year-old supermodel took to Instagram sharing a sweet red carpet snap with her mother.

“Thank you for bringing me into this world. And for standing by my side unconditionally at all times. May this be the most amazing year of good health, love and blessings Ma,” she wrote. “I love you so much.”


“Sixty seven? Wow! How could it be? I thought she was your sister,” A fan wrote. “Fantastic.”

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“If her mom looks that young then Naomi is going to look 30 for another 30 years,” another commented.

While many of Campbell’s fans were wishing their “Queen Mother” a happy birthday, others were eager to learn Valerie’s anti-aging secrets.

“I hope your mom writes a book on how to look good,” one eager fan wrote. “I’d buy it!”


Valerie, who is a dancer and writer, starred with her famous daughter in Burberry’s holiday campaign alongside famous faces like M.I.A, Matt Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas.

Campbell began modelling when she was just 7, and credits her mother for showing her the ins and outs of the fashion business.

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“When I was 12 or 13 she appeared in a fashion show and I remember her showing me how to walk in the hallway at home,” Campbell recalled in a 2016 article for The Guardian. “Lionel Richie was playing in the background and I watched her walk up and down to the beat of the music.”

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