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Brooke Shields daughter Grier looks just like her!

Mini-me in the making!

We can't get over how much Brooke Shields and her youngest child Grier Hammond Henchy, 12, look just like one another.

The pair stepped out on a mother-daughter outing on Sunday to the Hampton Classic Horse show in New York.

Brooke wore a glamorous black dress with white feather detailing while Grier opted for a shoulder-less striped number.

The pair stepped out on a mother-daughter outing on Sunday to the Hampton Classic Horse show in New York

The pair looked unbelievably similar as they posed for the cameras. Grier has clearly got her mother's fine features while also having distinct red hair and freckles of her own.

Grier also has an elder sister Rowan, 15, who wasn't present at the event.

Brooke recently spoke about how her daughters are her rock. "My daughters have especially helped me feel confident," she admitted previously to PEOPLE.

She also said that she likes to give them enough freedom in their lives and not be too over protective.

Brooke recently spoke about how her daughters are her rock. "My daughters have especially helped me feel confident," she admitted previously.

"It's the least that I can do, the rest is so hard," she said. "You don't want to overprotect them and then they have no armour — so it's a balance."

Brooke also told PorterEdit magazine that her daughters are much more mature than she was as a teen.

"[My daughters] are so much more mature than I was, so much more confident in their own bodies. They have the same stubbornness and strength that I do, but are more well-adjusted. I am jealous as all hell about that. But, of course, I created it."

As a teen Brooke Sheilds was famous for playing a prostitute in the movie Pretty Baby and appearing in a nude photograph that was displayed at The Tate in London.

"I don't think Pretty Baby would [get made today]. And I don't even think Endless Love or The Blue Lagoon would. But they were actually so vanilla compared with the porn you can find so easily everywhere now."

And of the nude photograph, she added: "I was removed from the Tate [Modern] – how many people can say that?

"But it makes you lack confidence in that institution, because the very purpose of that picture was to make a comment on [the idea of the child star] and on re-appropriation. It made them look weak," she added.