Meet the Clements twins, Ava Marie and Leah Rose, who have been hailed as the “most beautiful twins in the world.” The 8-year-old identical twins based between Los Angeles and Orange County in the United States have quickly amassed quite the internet following after their mom opened an Instagram account for them – nearly 800,000, to be exact! – thanks to their gorgeous looks.
But it’s not just the general public who think that. The professionals also agree and as a result, Ava and Leah were quickly signed to two different agencies. Since being signed up, they have won contracts with children’s clothing brands and magazines and have booked some impressive jobs at brands such as Target, Skechers, and Recess Kids, stealing thousands of hearts along the way.
According to their mother, the twins completed six jobs in the space of a week. Despite their hectic schedules, their mom insists they’re “lovin’ every minute!”
In a blog post on The Clements Twins, she describes how she asked them if they wanted to try modeling:
“I presented my idea to the girls that if they were up for it, in addition to their dance classes and swim team practices they had every week, they could give modeling a try. I was not surprised at all when they started jumping up and down and couldn’t wait to begin. They loved to perform their dance routines in front of an audience, any audience. They loved to be the center of attention.”
She also claims she knew the time was right to sign the girls up with a modeling agency when they turned seven on July 7, 2017.
“Aside from the fact that I’m a huge believer in signs and have been told by almost everyone that 7 is a lucky number, I just had a feeling that this year was going to be a fun and exciting year for them,” she explained. Signs or not, the gamble has certainly proved successful for the girls.
It’s even become a bit of a family affair, with brother Chase Robert trying out modeling, too. Although he has a more modest following of just 2,000, he has also been signed to the same agencies as his sisters.