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Anthony Hamilton shares photos of his twin sons, showing their uncanny resemblance

Monica Otayza
Nov 09, 2018
08:03 P.M.
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Anthony Hamilton greeted his twin sons a very happy birthday on social media recently, and his post shows just how similar the three of them really look. 

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Anthony and Tarsha Hamilton welcomed twin boys, Nolan Michael and Aaron Anthony back in 2010. Prior to giving birth to their twins, they began dating in 2003, and eventually tied the knot two years later in 2005. However, their decade-long relationship eventually came to an end when they decided to file for divorce in 2015, only three years after they gave birth to their third son, Princeton Harris Hamilton. 

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While the couple decided to go their separate ways, I Love Old School Music revealed that Anthony and Tarsha are both extremely committed to making sure that the biggest parts of their lives are successful: their lovely children. Although they separated, the two parents still remain amicable with one another, and even have a strong friendship that has allowed them to co-parent their children together. 

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The Hamiltons have decided to focus on their three kids, and this has allowed them to be the mature parents that they are, and are setting a great example for their sons. Even after their separation, they continue to work together and perform with one another, as after all, it is their children's futures that they are safeguarding with the work that they continue to do. 

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Now that their twins have grown a year older, Anthony decided to share a photo of two of them looking alike. 

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"Saying Happy Birthday To My twins! The Big 8! Daddy loves you and thanks God for your lives."

Dressed in printed t-shirts, black shorts, sneakers, and similar hats, Nolan and Aaron posed for the photo while their dad snapped it. It's clear that the two boys resemble their father a lot more than their mom, proving that the Hamilton genes are strong. 

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