Martha Stewart & 12-Year-Old Granddaughter Jude Hit the Red Carpet in the Most Adorable Twinning Outfits

Martha Stewart may be 81, but the crafter and chef extraordinaire is still turning heads on the red carpet. On Thursday, she had her granddaughter by her side at the opening night of Life of Pi on Broadway, and photographers and fans couldn’t help but stare at the twinning beauties.

Jude, 12 — who is the daughter of Stewart’s only child, Alexis, 57 — looks so much like her grandmother both physically and fashion-wise. The two have the same high and rosy cheekbones, glowing skin (probably thanks to Stewart’s skincare routine that is *chef’s kiss*), dark yet sparkly eyes, and subtle smiles.

The two posed together in dark outfits that had pops of white. The tween wore a sparkly, long sleeve dress with a mock turtleneck and white tights. Meanwhile, Stewart wore black pants, a navy sweater, and a white collared shirt underneath. Both wore black shoes — tall boots for Jude and sneakers for Stewart — with chunky soles.

Jude turned 12 this month — just a few days before her 11-year-old brother Truman — and had a spa-themed sleepover party that Stewart seemingly planned (she at least snagged them some Mario Badescu goodies!) and then showcased on Instagram.

“Five beauties getting even more beautiful!” the proud grandma wrote on Instagram. “Jude turned twelve this week and had a SPARTY! Get it???”

We get it, and we love it!

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 30: Martha Stewart (R) attends the Broadway opening night of "Life Of Pi" at The Schoenfeld Theatre on March 30, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Some may say a Broadway red carpet is a bit much for a 12-year-old, but there are things about Jude — such as her “extraordinary palate” — that are well beyond her years. She and her brother are reportedly fans of caviar and oysters and even ate ostrich on a family trip to Africa. And, I mean, if your grandma is the Martha Stewart, that kind of makes sense.

Stewart faced criticism last year after she shared a fish stew that she said kids would “spoon up.” “Have you met children?” parents asked. Well, the children closest to her do love fish stew, and that’s something Stewart is proud of.

“I don’t think children should be fed chicken fingers and mashed potatoes or French fries,” Stewart told Insider. “I don’t think that’s really what it’s all about. It’s about exposing children to as much as possible.”

So now we have ultra-glam public outings with grandma, enviable sleepovers, and fine dining. Is it just me, or does this feel very Princess Diaries? Look out Dame Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway, Stewart and Jude just might give you a run for your money!

Before you go, check out these celebrities who showed off their families on the red carpet.

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