JESSICA Wright has been branded her sister-in-law Michelle Keegan's 'twin' after she shared a photo of herself to Instagram today.
The Towie star caused her 1.4million followers to do a double take on her latest post – with many claiming they thought she was her younger brother Mark's wife.
The 35-year-old bares striking similarity to the actress, 33, in the shot as she worked her long brown hair into a sleek, straight style and sported a glamorous make-up look.
The Essex beauty donned a long camel-coloured cardigan over a black T-shirt and joggers as she hunkered down on a stone bench.
Captioning the shot, she wrote: "This is how happy this weather makes me 🤎".
And while the post attracted a plethora of comments from her famous friends, Gemma Collins and Jacqueline Jossa, most of Jess' followers were stunned by her uncanny likeness to her sister-in-law Michelle.
One follower penned: "Wow! I did a second look! You look like Michelle, you both could be Twinnies! .•°*”˜.•°*★💕💕".
"Beautiful x you look like Michelle keegan xx," another commented. "You do look like michelle x".
A third shared: "I thought it was Michelle 🙈🤣".
"Thought was @michkeegan at first", a fourth added.
Elsewhere, Jess is due to tie the knot with businessman William Lee Kemp, 37, this June in Majorca.
But travel uncertainty means she doesn’t know if the wedding will go ahead.
Speaking to Fabulous earlier this month, the ITVBe star said: "Being a Covid bride is just crap. We have every hope it might happen in June but we just have to wait and hear what the announcements are.
“Knowing the fate of your wedding two months before it’s supposed to take place in another country with a lot of guests is about as bad as it can get as a bride.
"It’s totally ruined the whole experience for us.
“I feel robbed. I probably won’t get excited until I’m literally walking down the aisle. By then, I just don’t even think I’m going to care any more.”
Jess is trying to stay positive, but it is difficult.
In January, Carol, 62, and dad Mark senior, 64, both got Covid-19, and earlier this month her uncle Edward, who Jess said was like a second dad, lost his life to the virus.
Jess says it has been a very stressful few months but she is counting her blessings and feels lucky to have mum Carol by her side.
She shared: "I’ve got a wonderful family, I’ve got my health and I’ve got a lovely fiancé. My mum’s better than me under pressure.
"She keeps a brave face on for me then when she’s off the phone she probably cries.
"She always says, ‘Calm down. Don’t get stressed, it’s going to be all right’," she continued. "My mum’s been to every bride’s dress visit I’ve had, in her mask, of course.
"I’m very indecisive — in the end it was between two dresses — I’ve driven her mad.”
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