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March 28, 2018

Mariah Carey hits the red carpet with her daughter and she is an absolute copy of her famous mom

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The exes rocked the Nickelodeon's orange carpet by showing up with their twins in surprisingly matching outfits.

Mariah Carey made a grand appearance at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2018 in a matching outfit with her daughter, Monroe.

According to Access, they were also joined by father Nick Canon and Monroe's twin brother, Moroccan. The father-son duo was also in matching outfits.

While Carey and Monroe donned a black leather jacket, black skinny jeans, black heels, a set of sunglasses, and wore their hair up in a high ponytail, Canon and Moroccan sported white and orange tracksuits in sync with the Nickelodeon theme.

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But all eyes were on the mother-daughter duo, who looked strikingly similar to one another. On the orange carpet, the two of them rocked their fashion statements and proved how Monroe was growing up to be just like her A-list mother.

Carey and Canon split up back in 2014, but the couple has remained the best of friends because of their children, the source informed.

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A report from AOL recently reported just how 'flawlessly' the couple was handing their co-parenting duties together, even three years into their split. The source informed that their children have always remained the 'top priority' for the famous couple.

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“They are both fully committed to being the best parents they can be to the twins. Family is Mariah and Nick's number one priority and they are such great, hands-on parents," AOL quoted an inside source as revealing.

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It was further reported that the Canon and Carey were 'in a really good place together,' and have continued to share a friendly relationship with one another.

The couple is frequently in touch with one another are often have conversations about their children. They do not like to get through nannies or other assistants.

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