- Johnny Depp's son Jack has proved to be his father's duplicate in new photos
- Jack Depp and elder sister Lily-Rose celebrated his 18th birthday together while at home
- Many fans claimed was a spitting image of his legendary father Johnny as they shared the same jawline and hair at the same age
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Johnny Depp's young son Jack has proved to be his father's duplicate in rarely seen photos of him.
Jack Depp and elder sister Lily-Rose celebrated his 18th birthday together while staying at home due to social distancing rules brought about by Covid-19.
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Rose shared a couple of snaps on her Instagram that showed the young lad chilling outside in the sun, as she wished him a happy birthday.
The 20-year-old described her younger brother as "my heart and soul."
"My little baby Jackie is 18, my baby brother, my heart and soul happy birthday. I love you so much!" she wrote.
She also shared pictures of her and the sibling brother form their time as young kids.
Fans were more interested in the latest photo of Jack who many claimed was a spitting image of his legendary father Johnny.
Some believed he had the same jawline and hair as his Hollywood dad when he was the same age.
Here are some of the responses shared:
Jack's official names are John Christopher Depp and is a musician like his dad, The Mirror reports.
Johhny in a previous interview told reporters that his son was in a musical band and had no intention of acting or becoming famous as his dad.
The famous actor also said Jack was a great artist and never lacked a pen or paper as seen in the photo shared by Rose.
"He draws really super well. He also plays music very well, and I could not be any more proud of him. Even if he doesn't want to be an actor like his old pops" Johnny said in an interview.
Johnny shares Jack and daughter Lily with his ex Vanessa Paradis, who he was with from 1998 to 2012.
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