"Assistant Mummy": Little Girl Whose Mother Has a Twin Sister Fails to Recognise Her Mum, Video Goes Viral

"Assistant Mummy": Little Girl Whose Mother Has a Twin Sister Fails to Recognise Her Mum, Video Goes Viral

  • A mum who is a twin is surprised that her little daughter could not tell her apart from her twin sister
  • Both of them were together in one place when the child was asked to identify her mother, and she failed
  • The woman and her twin sister look very much alike, and the child got confused trying to tell them apart

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A child whose mother has a twin sister failed to recognise who her mum was because they look alike.

This much was seen in a TikTok video posted by @winipimpimduke. In the clip, the mother and her twin sister are in one room.

Photos of a mother and her twin sister.
The child failed to tell her mother apart from her twin sister. Photo credit: TikTok/@winipimpimduke.
Source: UGC

While one of the twin sisters was braiding her hair, the other asked the little girl to point out her mum. The child tried and failed.

She pointed at the woman braiding her hair, saying she was her mother. But it turns out the woman was her aunt.

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Many who commented on the video said the child could be forgiven because the woman and her twin sister look very much alike.

Watch the video below:

Reactions from TikTok users

@foodiethatcancook said:

"The 'are you okay' sounds so personal."

@Donaldy Paul commented:

"You na assistant mommy, no vex."

@user9665305317446 reacted:

"Mummy pass mummy I think she had special care for her."

@user1433916193726 said:

"She has two mummies."

@preshlovable reacted:

"I don hear this girl's side of the story. Wetin you do am no good."

@Lolly said:

"I can tell you she’s doing it deliberately. I used to do it to my dad."

@Esther Blair21 commented:

"When I tell my son show me your mommy he is showing me my mom and when I ask him so who am I he is say you is Esther."

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In the clip, the kid took his head away many times just in time to avoid the father's lips from touching his body. He repeated the action several times to show he knew what he was doing.

As that happened, the mother, who was in the background, could not stop laughing. The man also found the baby's act quite funny.

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