Love Island fans shook at Siannise’s ‘clone’ sisters mistaking them for triplets
Love Island fans have been left "shook" after mistaking Siannise Fudge and her two sisters for triplets.
The much-loved islander, 25, has an uncanny resemblance to her stunning siblings Amber and Shanade who are currently running her Instagram page.
Each of the sisters have the same long, sleek, black hair and they all share the same dark features.
After posting a sizzling snap of herself and her sisters, fans of the show were left gob-smacked as they mistook Siannise and her sisters as triplets.
The family photo showed Siannise and her sibling's posing up a storm as they stood side by side beaming at the camera lens.
Luke T's love interest stole the show in a figure-hugging nude dress which showed off her killer curves perfectly.
To her right, the popular islander's sister wowed in an off-the-shoulder top and some high waisted jeans while her other sister Amber lit up the show in a neon green crop top.
Dazzled by their similarities, followers flocked to the comment section to share their "utter" disbelief.
One follower quipped: "I'm completely shook. You look like clones of one another."
"You're all so hot. I'm in utter disbelief at how similar you all look" another shared.
Others added: "What the hell. I had to do a double take on this one. TRIPLETS!"
"Absolute jokes. It's mad how alike you all are !".
The gorgeous snap comes after the Love Island star's sister Amber warned her sister isn't one to be messed with as she isn't afraid of confrontation and doesn't often get rejected.
Her younger sibling admitted Siannise will "just go for it" as she opened up about her sister's stint in the sun-soaked Cape Town villa.
During an interview with Heat magazine, Amber admitted her sister "normally gets the guy she likes".
The 20-year-old admitted Siannise could come across as rather mouthy at the best of times.
She elaborated: "She'll always say what she thinks…
"If something's wrong, she'll make a point and won't let the person get away with it."
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