Teen Mom fans think Kailyn Lowry & son Lux, 3, are 'twins' in adorable new Instagram photo

Teen Mom fans love Kailyn Lowry's new photo with her son Lux.

They think the MTV mom and her three-year-old look like "twins" in an adorable new Instagram snap.

Kailyn posted a pic with Lux at his football practice captioned: "Saturdays are for football! @luxrlowry."

Followers commented: "Twins!!!! So cute!!!"

Others agreed, writing: "That's your twin"

Another shared: "Yea your twin for sure!!"

Others added: "Okay y’all are TWINS in this picture!!"


Last month, Kailyn shared a very sweet photo of three of her four children, after Creed was called to her "twin."

In the sweet photo was 1-year-old son Creed, who was recently dubbed his mom's lookalike.

Also in the snap were his brothers, Lincoln, seven, and Lux, three.

She also has an 11-year-old son, Isaac, who was not in the photo with his siblings.

In the snap, Lincoln held onto his baby brother Creed as Lux grabbed onto the tot for the affectionate moment.

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All three boys beamed from ear to ear as they smiled at the photograph taken by their mom.

The sweet pic comes after Kailyn's fans said they think her son Creed looks like her "twin" after she shared an adorable photo of her toddler.

She drew comparisons with her youngest child when she captured the little one in a cute shot.

The MTV star's fans gushed over the resemblance between mother and son, with one writing: "That's your twin, Kail!"

Another added, "He looks like Kail and Isaac [Kailyn's oldest son]," while a third posted: "I'm in love with him."


Yesterday, Kailyn shared a snap in her Instagram stories of a beautiful bouquet of colorful flowers in a vase.

She captioned the pics: "Y'all."

The MTV mom later shared when the flowers were delivered she had just gotten out of the shower and didn't answer the door because she wasn't expecting any visitors.

She then noted it was the flowers from her friend, Kristin, and her publicist, Alexa, and said she thinks they're the "best flowers" she's ever received.


Earlier this month, Kailyn revealed she planned a "first date" with a new man, but canceled because she found out he "f****d" her friend.

The Teen Mom 2 star, 29, shared the scandalous situation on her podcast Coffee Convos, which she co-hosts with Lindsie Chrisley.

On the episode, the reality stars discussed opinions on participation trophies, divorces versus separations, and more.

At the beginning of the episode, Kailyn revealed the juicy mishap she encountered over her weekend.

Lindsie asked Kailyn: "What happened to you this weekend?"

Kailyn started: "It was one of my friend's birthday over the weekend and she invited me out to this restaurant/bar."

A new man had started messaging Kailyn and she noted they shared "mutual friends."

Kailyn thought it would be casual and "not like a random date" to invite him to the birthday gathering, so she said his name in front of her friends and asked if it would be alright if he came along.

The single mother-of-four shared: "My friend asked me how to spell his name.

"She said, 'Kail, let me see a picture of him right now.'"

Kailyn said she immediately knew something was up and shared his photo with the party

Her unidentified friend said: "He can't come here."

Kailyn asked: "Why, what do you mean?"

The friend replied: "I had a thing with him. I used to f**k him."

Kailyn messaged the unidentified man and canceled the date saying: "You can't come here because you f**ked my friend."

The unidentified man denied knowing Kailyn's friend after she messaged a photo of her to him.

He reportedly asked: "Who is that?"

After Kailyn sent her date to her friend's Instagram handle, he recognized her.

Kailyn canceled the date, claiming she would "never hook up with someone that my friend has."

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