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They were named the ‘world’s most beautiful twins’ as babies – look at them now!

Ava and Leah are eight now
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Two eight-year-old girls are now social media famous after being dubbed the ‘most beautiful twins in the world’.

Identical twins Ava Marie and Leah Rose Clements, from Los Angeles, were signed as models at only six months old.

After the pair were born in 2010, their mother Jaqi Clements posted their photos online, resulting offers from modeling agencies. 

Today, Ava and Leah, known as The Clements Twins or #clementstwins, are eight and are taking the modeling and Instagram world by storm.

The twin girls have amassed an following of 1.4 million on their Instagram account, where they showcase their beautiful photoshoots and twinning angelic looks.

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Ava and Leah are even booking gigs with high-profile girlsfashion brands and magazines and older brother Chase also models too.

‘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,’ Jaqi wrote in a blog post in 2017.

‘I was not surprised at all when they started jumping up and down and couldn’t wait to begin.’

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Even though the beautiful girls have attracted a huge fan following, they are not immune to negative comments and trolls, especially criticism directed at their mum Jaqi.

Commenters have declared the twins always look ‘sad’ and Jaqi has come under fire for letting the girlmodels wear makeup.

‘Although I appreciate your concern, just know my girls are fine! They are happy! They have an amazing childhood with lots of friends that they get to play with every day!’ she said of the childmodels.

‘A single pose does not define their personality or their quality of life. They are acting… and apparently they are pretty good at it to give off the impression that they are anything but happy go lucky little girls!’

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