Which celebrities have kids that look just like them?

This is an odd story but I think it’s interesting as far as celebrity stories go. So, Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise tried to have children, and after having several miscarriages, decided to adopt. Cruise insisted on adopting their first son through Scientology channels… this is how they got son Connor Cruise. Now rumor has it, Connor isn’t just an ‘adopted son’ of Tom Cruise — he is, in fact, the biracial child of Cruise with a black female member of Scientology. Now I’ve studied some photos of the two men and, sure enough, Connor has the exact same height, the same build and the same nose, hands and feet as his adoptive father. They share many gestures, and mannerisms, too. Of course that was a few years ago… he has since morphed into “Jonah Hill with an afro” and the resemblance isn’t exactly there anymore, but that could just be the extra weight. He was a lot chubbier back when he tried to be a DJ but lost a lot of the weight when he reinvented himself as an outdoorman in recent years and dove headfirst into his true passion… the sea! Unlike many other celebrity offspring, Connor Cruise has not followed into his famus father’s footsteps as an actor and stayed far away from Hollywood. He instead followed his true passion, which is fishing — he is a very good fisherman and gives tours. He also joins many fishing competitions, and teaches the art of catching seacritters to those who wish to learn. In the end I don’t really know if Connor has Tom’s DNA, but he sure seems to have inherited his father’s famous work ethic!

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