Jordyn Woods' fans think she and her sister, mother and grandmother look exactly the same in new photo

JORDYN Woods beauty seems to run in the family.

The  model and socialite, 24, shared a photo of her grandmother, mother Elizabeth Woods, 51, herself and little sister Jodie Woods, 17 all lined up together.

She captioned the photo simply: "Three generations" and added a heart emoji.

But all fans could seemingly focus on was how similar those separate generations look.

One fan commented: "Mom just birthed the same child twice and gave y’all different names."

Another posted: "Wow. Two sets of twins!"

While a third joked: "I was confused. At first i thought I was looking at the same person on different wigs."

Jordyn has been finding the spotlight often recently, in light of both her celebrated her 30-lb weight loss and Tristan Thompson's parental revelation.

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Over the weekend, Khloe Kardashian's nemesis sizzled as she posed in a skintight catsuit, delighting fans as she struck a series of sexy looks in the printed purple garment that clung to her curves.


Jordyn proudly showed off her incredible weight loss- she's lost 30 pounds since 2019.

She also lost former friend Khloe after being Tristan's original mistress.

Jordyn was Kylie Jenner's best pal until the "making out" scandal, which resulted in her being given the boot by the famous family.

The family removed Jordyn as a model from their various brands and cut off the joint makeup project between her and Kylie.

While Khloe, 37, and Tristan, 30 split because of the kiss heard around the world, they did managed to reconcile during the pandemic when they quarantined together with their 3-year-old daughter True.

However, they split over the summer after more cheating rumors had emerged, which included claims of the athlete "disappearing into a bedroom with three women at party."


Earlier this month more chaos found Khloe after the Sacramento Kings player admitted he fathered a child with personal trainer Maralee Nichols.

He is also a father to 4-year-old son Prince with ex Jordan Craig.

Khloe has no plans to reconcile with her baby daddy after his infidelity according to PEOPLE.

A source recently revealed: "Khloe has moved on… They have been broken up for a while, and things are okay between them.

Despite the scandal, the pair are primarily "focused on co-parenting True," claimed the insider.


Following the news of Tristan's love child, fans called for Khloe to let Jordyn out of the doghouse for her actions years ago.

The gossip Instagram page, Hollywood Unlocked shared a series of tweets in support of Jordyn after the trio began trending on Twitter.

They recapped fans' reactions in the caption writing: "Jordyn Woods trends again following news about Tristan Thompson fathering his third child with another woman. 

"Should Khloe Kardashian finally apologize to her for initially accusing Jordyn of breaking up her family over the 2019 kissing scandal? Or should Khloe just focus on healing in peace?"

One person's tweet read: "And they tried to blame Jordyn Woods for this issue?"

Another replied: "Wonderful news. What Khloe needs to do is apologize to Jordyn Woods," while including a previous tweet of Khloe bashing Jordyn following the 2019 scandal.

Others backed Jordyn for her treatment by the famous family after the incident with one tweeting: "So let me get this straight, Khloe Kardashian and her sisters slandered Jordyn Woods and acted like she was the problem, keep in mind that family is known for dating taken men, while Khloe forgave Tristan and now she got cheated on AGAIN."

But Jordyn has moved on as well…and is currently dating Minnesota Timberwolves' Karl-Anthony Towns.

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