The McClure Twins

The McClure Twins

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The McClure Twins are child twin sisters Ava and Alexis McClure who are popular on Instagram and later grew popular elsewhere after they appeared in several videos that went viral.

Online History

The McClure twins have a dedicated Instagram page[1] which launched in the beginning of 2015 and has over 506,000 followers as of December 29th, 2016.

Follow mccluretwins 3,478 likes 96w mccluretwins We are Ava and Alexis:) we like to chill on the curb and laugh at people. #twins #cutebabies #toddler #mixedbabies #twinsies #identica!twins view all 47 comments fifikinz My best scroll through Instagram @kandrewzz Sooo cute ammousenose Ku ishe my dear * in mommy's voice" @just.kofo rizzygie l did it Ava.Alexis. Said to myself that I was gonna double tap on all d pictures and it's all done love you all. You the best ever 9㊥㊥ @mccluretwins queen_carribea heyppii Awww I scrolled jamaicanverine Too cute tiagunz Double the fun

They also have a YouTube channel[3] which has over 217,000 subscribers. The first video to feature them was posted on January 2nd, 2015, and it shows their father jokingly asking them when they will get a job.

Their popularity drew the attention of Swirl Nation Blog,[2] a blog dedicated to celebrating multiracial families, on March 4th, 2016. They continued to grow in popularity, regularly receiving hundreds of thousands of views on their videos. Their popularity spiked in the fall of 2016, after a video in which they learn their father has "eaten all the snacks" was covered by US Magazine[4] and The Daily Mail.[5] After that, their videos began to receive national attention. A video the twins discover they look alike and learn that one twin is one minute younger than the other (shown below) was covered by The Huffington Post,[6] People,[7] and many more.

Their popularity has been widely celebrated on social media, as users commented on their cuteness.

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