A new study shows that daughters are more like their mothers when they turn 32. Just like Goldie and Kate.
We’ve all heard the saying, “like mother, like daughter.” Now there’s a study that proves it’s really true. And we know exactly when that maternal transformation starts to happen — at the age of 32!
A new study finds that more women start to pick up their mother’s habits (like stocking up on groceries and watching soap operas) and even use their mother’s catchphrases around 32 -years-old, suggesting that behavior can be passed down through the generations.
So when it comes to certain Hollywood mommy-daughter duos — like Goldie Hawn, 65 and Kate Hudson, who is turning 32 next month — it turns out they not only look alike, but act alike as well!
The findings were first produced through a poll conducted by Hallmark and highlighted by University College London professor, Lewis Wolpert, as part of his new book “You’re Looking Very Well.”
Looks like the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, after all!