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"Are you sure this isn't your child?" Dr Chris Brown's nephew is his mini-me!

Good looks run in the family.

By Alex Lilly
With his dashing good looks and impressive TV career, Dr Chris Brown is one of Australia's favourite celebrities. After all, fans have been begging him to be the Bachelor for years!
But after sharing a photo with his nephew, it's clear the genes in the Brown family are strong.
Taking to Instagram, Chris shared a photo of himself and his nephew with their surf boards at the beach.
"Holiday mode ☑️And a couple of Browns unsuccessfully applying for the Green room 🏄‍♀️," he captioned the snap.
But with their sparkling smiles and blonde locks, fans couldn't help but comment on the duo's similarity.
"Holiday mode ☑️And a couple of Browns unsuccessfully applying for the Green room 🏄‍♀️." (Image: Instagram)
"Are you sure this isn't your child?" questioned one of Chris' followers.
"Lol! That good lookin' kid sure didn't fall far from the Brown tree!" laughed another.
"Wow! Genetics are real!!" exclaimed a third.
Fans have been begging Chris to be the Bachelor for years! (Image: Instagram)
Chris and co-host Julia Morris are about to return to I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! and we're gearing up for a star-studded cast.
Speaking to Fitzy and Wippa on their radio show earlier this year, the TV vet remained tight-lipped about this year's contestants, but did drop a little clue.
"So, here's what I can tell you. We have a celebrity type in the first week that we've never had before. Okay, and that no reality show has ever had before," he revealed.
When asked if the person is known across the globe, Chris responded: "I can't say. But they have been international at one point.
"They are like, nothing, they're like no-one. Different category, different genre different everything."
Other contestants to expect include a country music star, a beauty queen, an AFL legend and a celebrity chef.
Due to the pandemic, the season will be filmed in Murwillumbah, NSW like last year. The show is usually filmed in South Africa.
Murwillumbah is the same location that the UK version of the show usually films at.