Celebrities You Didn't Know Had A Twin.


1. Gisele and Patricia Bundchen

Always there for each other: Gisele and her twin sister Patricia are still best friends.
Brazilian supermodel Gisele grew up as one of 5 sisters, although her bond with her fraternal twin sister, Patricia (or Pati) is particularly strong. All have pretty names which reflect their dual German and Brazilian heritage: the others are Raquel, Graziela, Gabriela, and Rafaela, and all are predictably blonde and gorgeous. For the twins' 35th birthday in July 2015, Gisele made a photo collage on Facebook to share with the world, documenting their lives with cute pictures from the family album showing the pair from babyhood to adulthood, and sharing heart-warming hashtags such as #birthday, #twinsister, #bestfriendintheworld, and #love. Gisele also clearly believes in keeping it in the family, as her twin sister works for her as her spokeswoman, even announcing Gisele's retirement from the catwalk in early 2015, and new career focus on her lingerie range, Gisele Bundchen Intimates, as well as more time with her young family.

2. Scarlett and Hunter Johannson

More Politics than Hollywood: Hunter Johannson was a campaign adviser for Barack Obama.
Although Hunter appeared alongside his very famous sister in a movie, Manny & Lo, back in 1996, he has since shied away form the camera: he's carved out his own individual career that's quite separate from his sibling's. While Hunter is definitely seen to support his sister and appears on the red carpet at star-studded events at Scarlett's side, in 2014 he also co-hosted a fundraiser for New York citizens affected by Hurricane Sandy with her. His CV has a rather impressive entry in his work helping with Obama's re-election, too. Hunter has also worked for the Manhattan Borough President, Scott Stinger, in the twins' native New York. Perhaps one day in the future Hunter will consider running for office -maybe even the presidency- but for now, he seems content to show his love and support for his sister while pursuing his own projects and political career.
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