Matthew McConaughey has got some seriously strong genes!
The doting dad-of-three rarely shares photos of his three gorgeous children which is why fans were thrilled when his wife, Camila Alves, posted a snapshot of their oldest - and he's the spitting image of his famous dad.
The model gave fans a sneak peek of life in their happy home with an Instagram post in which she's cooking with curly-haired Levi, 12, and the resemblance to Matthew, 50, could not be denied.
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Not only does he sport his trademark, beach curls, but he wears chunky, dark-rimmed glasses - just like his dad.
In the photo, Levi has a cheeky grin and is looking into a pan alongside his model mum. Camila was cooking up a chocolate chip cookie in a skillet and her firstborn looked mesmerized.
Her followers adored the cute photo, but also couldn’t get over how much Levi looks like his dad.
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Levi looks so much like his dad
"He looks like a mini Matthew McConaughey!!" wrote one, while another said: "Your son looks so much like his daddy."
Matthew loves fatherhood and opened up about the family role to People magazine calling being a parent to Levi, Vida, ten, and Livingston, seven, a "privilege and responsibility".
Matching curls and glasses
"The only thing I ever knew I wanted to be was a father," he said. "And it's remained the pinnacle for me. Being a dad was always my only dream. ... I can't think of anything being more important."
As for his goals for his children? "My hope is that our kids are conscientious and confident and autonomous.
Matthew and Camila with their children in 2019
"All three are very, very caring and kind individuals… I can tell you this: I'm happy and confident to say our kids do not question the love we have in our family."
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