Rare photos with daughter Clementine
Claudia Schiffer and daughter Clementine attract the attention of the paparazzi when they emerge from a Santa Monica restaurant together. Because: The mother-daughter duo looks confusingly similar!
For a long time, top model Claudia Schiffer, 52, kept her daughters Clementine, 18, and Cosima, 12, out of the public eye. Now the native of Rheinberg is showing at least her eldest daughter Clementine more and more, most recently even stood in front of the camera with her for a model job for the clothing brand Réalisation Par and took her to the red carpet in December 2022. Now there are new pictures showing the mother-daughter duo on a dinner date.
Claudia Schiffer and daughter Clementine look confusingly similar
The flashbulbs in front of the “Giorgio Baldi” restaurant in Santa Monica are gigantic when Claudia Schiffer leaves the dinner together with her daughter. These pictures are not only rare, they also prove how similar mother and daughter are. Especially optically: Like Mama Claudia, Clementine wears her blonde, shoulder-length hair in a middle parting, curtain bangs flatter her face, and both emphasize their sun-kissed complexion with natural make-up.
In a partner look for a dinner date
As if that weren’t enough, mother and daughter also wear the same colours: Claudia wows in a low-cut, floor-length, soft yellow dress with glitter details and a raffia bag in the shape of a pouch. Clementine also wears a low-cut dress with a hippie look. A sunny yellow cardigan not only rounds off the look, but also harmonises perfectly with Claudia’s dress. The only difference: Instead of sandals, the 18-year-old combines sporty Adidas sneakers with her dress. It seems like Clementine not only inherited mom’s genes, but also her fashion sense.
Clementine, whose full name is Clementine Poppy De Vere Drummond, is the second child of Claudia Schiffer and director Matthew Vaughn. She was born in London on November 11, 2004 and, in addition to her older brother Caspar, has a little sister, Cosima.
Sources used: actionpress
This article originally appeared on GALA.de