Reese Witherspoon's stunning daughter Ava looks nearly identical to her in latest pic

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The apple clearly doesn't fall far from the tree.

Reese Witherspoon shared a cute selfie with her 17-year-old daughter, Ava, on Wednesday, and to say the mother-daughter duo look strikingly similar is an understatement.

"Family in #Dallas #DraperJamesDallas," Witherspoon captioned the pic, promoting her lifestyle brand, Draper James.

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😘😘😘😘 Family in #Dallas ❤️ #DraperJamesDallas

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... Seriously, anyone else getting flashback vibes of a young Reese in Cruel Intentions?!

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Witherspoon, 40, has been spending plenty of quality time with her gorgeous family lately. On Wednesday, she shared a sweet photo of her and her husband, Jim Toth, celebrating their son Tennessee's fourth birthday alongside the actress' two kids with her ex, Ryan Phillippe -- Ava and 12-year-old Deacon.

Last Thursday, Ava made her solo red carpet debut at a private Chanel-hosted dinner celebrating the brand's °5 L'EAU fragrance launch in West Hollywood, California. The teenager mingled with Lily-Rose Depp -- the 17-year-old daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis -- at the A-list party, with Kristen Stewart, Pharrell Williams, and Mila Jovovich also in attendance.

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ET spoke with Witherspoon last November at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, when she talked about what she tells Ava is the best part of being a woman.

"I mean, really, we are so lucky to be women in this country, that we have freedoms that other women in other countries do not have," Witherspoon told ET. "We have a right to education. We have a lot of rights about our healthcare. It's really important that my daughter understands, and other people's daughters understand, that it's important how we pick our political candidates to preserve those rights and push ourselves further in the world by making sure we have representation."

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