Ooh La La! Michael J. Fox And Tracy Pollan’s Grown-Up Twin Daughters Are A Carbon Copy Of Their Parents

December 25, 2018 10:48

Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan are the proud parents of four. Since the last time we saw their adorable twin daughters, they turned into real beauties and look like a carbon copy of their parents. 


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Big and happy family

Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan are what people call 'a perfect match blessed on heaven.' The couple has kept their marriage strong for three decades and easily beaten all difficulties together.


Michael and Tracy have four wonderful children: One son and three daughters. As time goes by, the grown-up kids possess a striking resemblance to their celebrity parents.

Sweet reflection of their parents

Schuyler Frances and Aquinnah Kathleen are 23-year-old twins. Their beautiful and unusual names are more proof of their parents’ great imagination.



When they were teens, fans noticed that twin girls are just a sweet reflection of the Back to the Future star in his younger years. However, these gorgeous young ladies now look very much like their charming mother, Tracy.

Their spectacular blond hair, bright smiles, and slim figures make Schuyler and Aquinnah a carbon copy of their mom and her exceptional natural beauty.


No doubt, the twins will steal a lot of male hearts.

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Like father like son

But Tracy Pollan is not the only one in the family who has her a lookalike. Michael’s son, Sam, is a dead ringer for his famous dad.



The father and son often spend time together. Sam once said he is going to become an actor like his dad. Who knows, maybe Fox Junior will get a role in the Back to the Future remake someday?


Michael and Tracy must be really proud of their children. Would you agree they score an A+ for being great parents?

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