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Celebrity spawn have it pretty good when it comes to the genetic lottery. Usually, both parents are megababes, so the child created by said megababes is typically destined to Ultimate Megababedom. Such is the case for Zoe Kravitz, child of the magnificently beautiful Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet. Yes, we are laying it on thick, but if you own eyes, then you must understand the level of our devotion.

So of course, when Zoe recreated her mom’s iconic 1988 Rolling Stone shoot, 30 years later, our jaws dropped. Did she do her mother justice? You bet she did.

 

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Here are the photos side by side, in case you were too lazy to click. Both Bonets posed in the magazine’s Hot Issue. There are some minor differences. Lisa wore a sheer white shirt on the front of the magazine, while daughter Zoe’s fully nude cover look recreates another photo from the same shoot.

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A few questions. Did Lisa manage to somehow clone herself? Is Zoe really Lisa who has managed to build a real-life time machine? Of course, the internet had feelings about this photo. But unlike us mere mortals, children of celebs also get their fellow famous to comment on their version of ‘selfies.’

Among the OMGs and hearts, were comments from models, musicians and actors alike. “Who do you talk to when everyone is DEAD????” said Uzo Aduba. “Wow wow wow,” wrote Zendaya, accompanied with five heart eye emojis. Reese Witherspoon wrote, “Whoa! Smoke Show” followed by three flame emojis, while Bella Hadid said she needed the photo framed. Cindy Crawford wrote, “Smokin’.” Naomi Campbell wrote, “Amazing Zoe.” Karlie Kloss wrote, “No words,” followed by a shocked emoji, praise hands emoji and the monkey speak no evil emoji. And so on, and so on, and so forth. Everyone was impressed. Everyone was dead.

The takeaway? Go find the hottest photo of your mom from 1988. Recreate it. Let your social media comments pour in. Bask in your genetic glory.