David Muir gets everybody talking with photo of his lookalike nephew

The star is incredibly close to his family

David Muir sparked a major reaction from his fans when he posted a photo of a very special family member on social media. 

The TV anchor, 48, delighted his followers with a glimpse into his time away from the studios and a snapshot of his handsome nephew too. 

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David - who calls his many nieces and nephews, his "squad" - captured his family member inspecting a vintage Ferrari, and shared the image with a caption which read: "Nephew has good taste."

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His fans agreed with him and commented: "Ferrari appreciation from the man who we appreciate giving us the news each night," and, "of course he does. He comes from good stock".

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Many also remarked on the resemblance between David and his nephew and wrote: "A young you," and, "he looks like you".


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The World News Tonight host adores his family and while he doesn't have children of his own, he dotes on his sibling's offspring. 

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David has an older sister, Rebecca Muir, who runs a farm in Borodino, New York. He has shared photos of himself visiting her on social media and is said to be a firm fixture in her and her family's life. 


David and his niece and nephew "squad"

The 20/20 host also has two younger step-siblings from his father's second marriage. 

Last year, David shared some joyous family news with his fans when he revealed he was a "proud uncle" after he watched his niece, Finan Malcolm, finally graduate from Cornell University after a year of waiting due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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