15 Celebrities With Twins, Making For Double The Adorableness

When I was a kid, I often wondered if I had a twin running around that was mistakenly separated from me at birth. I don't know if it was because I spent so much time watching Sister, Sister or if I just wanted someone to take my place when I was getting in trouble, but having a twin just seemed like a cool concept. Sure, I had siblings, but there was something about being a twin like Tia and Tamera Mowry that excited me. Now that I'm a little older, it seems like not only are there celebrity twins, there are many celebrities with twins!

Seeing all of the celebrity twin children makes me remember how I wished I could be a twin, or give birth to a set of twins of my own. Although twins run in my family on both my maternal and fraternal sides, I almost pretty sure that I won't be the one to have them. And, now that I'm older, I'm not even sure that I still want them. Two kids at one time? Sounds like a lot of work.

Though I'm not sure if could handle the pressure of being a mother to twins, triplets, or anything higher, these 11 parent celebs are doing an awesome job of raising twins.


Mariah Carey & Nick Cannon

Mariah Carey gave birth to twins in April 2011, according to Us Weekly. The singer and her ex Nick Cannon have always been open to sharing photos of their little ones on social media and even launched the site Dem Babies to showcase them even more.


Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony

In 2008, People shared the news that Jennifer Lopez gave birth to fraternal twins Emme and Max. Now 8 years old, the twins look like the perfect mix of their mom and father, Marc Anthony.


Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt


Following the birth of their twins Vivienne and Knox in 2008, Jolie and Pitt brokered and $14 million deal with People to have the exclusive first photos, according to Today.


Rebecca Romijn & Jerry O'Connell

In 2009, Romijn and O'Connell welcomed twins Charlie and Dolly, who is named after Dolly Parton according to Today.


Holly Robinson-Peete & Rodney Peete

Robinson-Pete is the mom of fraternal twins Ryan Elizabth and Rodney Jackson, who was diagnosed with autism in 2007, according to People. Robinson-Pete has been very open about her son's diagnosis and even wrote a children's book on the topic titled My Brother Charlie.


Angela Bassett & Courtney B. Vance

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After struggling to conceive for seven years, Angela Bassett and Courtney B. Vance welcomed twins Browyn and Slater with help of a surrogate in 2009, according to People.


Julia Roberts & Daniel Moder

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The Pretty Woma star gave birth to twins in 2004, which isn't a total surprise as twins run in Roberts's family, according to People.


Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Broderick

According to ABC News, Parker and Broderick welcomed twins in 2009 with the help of a surrogate.


Elsa Pataky & Chris Hemsworth

After enduring a lot of negative criticism over her pregnancy body, E! reported that Patacky gave birth to twins in early 2014.


Celine Dion & René Angélil

Celine Dion and her late husband Reneé Angélil's precious twin boys Eddy and Nelson are known as their miracle babies due to Celine's long struggle to conceive prior to their arrival, according to Huffington Post.


Zoe Saldana & Marco Perego

The actress welcomed twins Cy and Bowie in December 2014 and, according to E!, Saldana tries to keep her children's faces hidden on social media.


Ricky Martin

The singer welcomed twin boys in 2008 thanks to the help of a surrogate, according to People.


Julie Bowen

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When breastfeeding her twins John and Gus, The Modern Family star told People that she pumped while driving to make sure she had enough milk for both boys.


Marcia Cross

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After struggling to conceive for years, Cross gave birth to twin girls in 2005, shortly after turning 45 years old.


Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka

The How I Met Your Mother star and his husband are open to sharing photos of their twins on social media and have been since they arrive. Harris shared the news of his twins' arrival with a tweet in October 2010.

Additional reporting by Leah Rocketto.