Jennifer Garner Shares Rare Childhood Throwback Pic with Her Sisters on IG (and They All Look So Alike)

It's not every day that we get a throwback pic from Jennifer Garner, but luckily the Adam Project actress just treated her followers to a rare snap from her childhood, which also featured her two lookalike sisters.

The 50-year-old star pulled out the family pic in honor of National Middle Child Day (in case you were unaware: Garner was born between her sisters, Melissa and Susannah). She celebrated her middle child status with a post on Instagram, which she captioned, “The best thing that ever happened to me was growing up between my sisters. ♥️ #NationalMiddleChildDay.”

In the photo, the three siblings are seen sitting at the bow of a boat, where Garner is seated in the middle, toward the nose of the ship. Seated to Garner's left is Melissa, while Susannah is seated to her right.

Not only was this a gorgeous throwback photo, but we also couldn't get over how much these three sisters look alike. Fans of Garner's noted this in the comments section, like one user who said, “Looks like 3 Jennifer’s looking up!” Another wrote, “The genes are so strong in your family!!”

This isn't the first time we've seen a glimpse of the 13 Going on 30 actress and her carbon copy siblings as kids. Last fall, Garner posted a portrait of her and her sisters—also taken from their childhood—and she comically wrote, “Discussion points: 1. Garner girls + bangs = lifelong struggle 2. Ears. 3. Growing out a bowl cut is never easy. 4. When mom is in a quilting phase. Thank you. (♥️ I love my sisters ♥️).”

We could easily be fooled into believing these three are triplets.

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Jennifer Garner Shares Rare Baby Pic on Instagram (And Her Face Looks Exactly the Same)


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