Rebecca Romijn Enjoys 'Brunch Date' with Lookalike Daughter Charlie in Cute New Photo

The actress shares her twin daughters with husband Jerry O'Connell

<p>Rebecca Romijn/Instagram</p> Rebecca Romijn and her daughter Charlie.

Rebecca Romijn/Instagram

Rebecca Romijn and her daughter Charlie.

Rebecca Romijn's daughter is growing up fast!

On Sunday, the actress' husband Jerry O'Connell, 49, shared an adorable photo on Instagram of Romijn with her daughter Charlie, 15, as they sat down for a weekend brunch. The mother-daughter duo pose with their faces together, smiling as they snuggle up in a restaurant booth.

Romijn's daughter wraps an arm around her mom as they both flash big grins.

"Brunch dates," O'Connell captioned his picture.

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Romijn and O'Connell share twin daughters Charlie and Dolly, 15.

Earlier this month, the proud parents shared photos from their beach vacation with their teen twin daughters as the two celebrated their 15th birthday.

"Happy 15th Dolly and Charlie. Please slow down, it’s going too fast...," the couple wrote in a joint Instagram post.

Days later, the family shared a selfie together. "Feliz Año Nuevo from ours to yours," the caption read.

In 2022, Romijn revealed that her daughters are becoming Trekkies. Speaking with PEOPLE at the annual Star Trek Day event in Los Angeles, the actress revealed that her two daughters have found their own reason to get into Star Trek.

"They're down with it ever since they found out Paul Wesley is a part of it," Romijn admitted.

"They were like, 'Did you say Paul Wesley? Oh, we're on board. We are 100% on board,' " she continued. "And now I've been indoctrinating a lot of 11-year-old girls."

Romijn went on to share some of the questions she's been fielding from her teen daughters' friends. "All these 11-year-old girls are coming out of the woodwork going, 'Is Paul Wesley a part of your team now?'"

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