Daughter And Her VERY Youthful Mom Leave Thousands Awestruck After Swapping Clothes And Looking Nearly Identical
- Home chef Vivian Aronson has impressed thousands with her youthful looks
- The 44-year-old is known for sharing cooking videos on social media
- In a video, she swapped outfits with her daughter Wendy Li, 22
- The two are so similar it’s hard to tell who’s who
A mom known for sharing cooking videos on YouTube has amazed thousands with her youthful complexion.
Vivian Aronson, 44, from Orlando, swapped outfits with her daughter Wendy Li, 22, for a video on Instagram, leaving most wondering who was who.
In the clip, the home chef wore her daughter’s plaid skirt, blue top and heels as if she were about to go out, while Wendy wore her mother’s casual outfit complete with slippers and an apron.
“My daughter dressed me up as HER!” Vivian endorsed the video.
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Vivian Aronson, 44, from Orlando, swapped outfits with her daughter Wendy Li, 22, for a trending video posted to Instagram, leaving most second guesses who’s who. Vivian (right) and Wendy (left) are similar in height and hair color, making it hard to tell them apart
The two are similar in height and hair color, making it difficult to tell them apart.
After a week, the video has received a whopping 1.1 million views, received more than 57,000 likes and hundreds wanted to know how she keeps her youth.
“You really can’t tell who’s who!” one person commented, another added, “I had to do a double take omg they look the SAME.”
A third said, “Whatever you eat or drink on a daily basis is what I need. You literally look like you’re 20 again.’
“Not that I look over and over again and still be amazed,” said another.
Others said Vivian “doesn’t look a day over 30” and Wendy will be blessed with “good genetics.”
Vivian (left) posted a video to her social media accounts under the name @cookingbomb and is best known for sharing cooking videos
Vivian moved from China to the US in 2005 and her passion for cooking started ‘from an early age’.
She grew up with her grandparents and said in her YouTube bio, “I started helping my grandmother cook since I was 8 years old, we used honeycomb cabbage in China back then.”
‘There weren’t many restaurants to go out to at the time, we always cook and eat at home.’
Today, Vivian has over 2 million YouTube followers, 347,000 Instagram followers, and a whopping 2.7 million TikTok followers, all under the @cookingbomb handle.