Rumer Willis has good genes.
The actress poked fun at her striking resemblance to Demi Moore via Instagram Monday. In the picture, the mother-daughter duo wore matching jumpsuits and black-rimmed glasses. "That moment when you realize you actually are becoming your mother #twinning #imnotmad," Rumer joked in the photo caption.
Rumer, 26, and Demi, 52, have a close relationship.
In fact, after Willis won the twentieth season of "Dancing With the Stars" last week with partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Moore told Us Weekly, "I'm thrilled!" The proud mom added, "I think that she worked hard and she earned it and I'm really out of words. I'm just so happy for her, I really am. She's amazing."
Willis' road to success hasn't been without speed bumps, of course.
It started when Moore and Bruce Willis separated in 1998 and divorced in 2000. Moore married Ashton Kutcher in 2005, though they broke up in 2011 and their divorce was finalized in 2013. Bruce, meanwhile, got married to Emma Heming in 2009, and they have since welcomed two kids together.
"When their father and I decided to divorce it probably had the biggest impact on her," Moore said of raising Rumer with sisters Scout Willis and Tallulah Willis in "Dancing With the Stars'" May 11 episode. Rumer acknowledged that it was tough growing up in the spotlight, explaining, "Media attention is tough when you are a kid. It is definitely weird to have that be such public knowledge. A couple times, things would happen in my family–whatever drama it was–I couldn't leave my house for a week. As I got older and people started commenting on how I look, that's when it really started to affect me."
"There really wasn't anything I could do to stop it," Moore recalled. "Her self-esteem was nothing. I could only just keep loving her and loving her until she could love herself." When Willis said she wanted to sign on for "Dancing With the Stars," Demi admitted her "whole insides...were screaming 'No.'"
Willis has said she "compared" herself to Moore as a teen. "I would go, 'My mom wears smaller jeans than me! Oh, God. Maybe I'm not skinny enough.' Every girl looks up to her mother, but my mom was larger-than-life and I felt I could never be like her. I just didn't feel like we were even the same caliber."
Moore tried to offer her support, Willis added. "My mom would sometimes see what was happening and her advice was, 'Don't let that infect you. People are going to have opinions. You don't have to make them yours.'"
"The tabloid bullying all three of my children have experienced, especially in their teens, has truly been painful," Moore told Us Weekly. "No child should be subjected to that type of judgment or criticism, especially based on their looks. As a parent, all you can do is love them and keep loving them until they love themselves."