Can you tell which is Mum? Self-confessed ‘bogan Barbie’ regularly mistaken for...

Can you tell which is Mum? Self-confessed ‘bogan Barbie’ regularly mistaken for being same age as daughters half her age

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Natalie Wardell, 45, says daughters Jazmyne, 21 and Tamika, 19 are more like her best friends – with the blonde trio partying together almost every weekend

One of these blonde beauties is 45 and the other two are 21 and 19 – but can you tell which is which?

Mum Natalie Wardell says she is regularly mistaken for being the same age as daughters Jazmyne, 21 and Tamika, 19 – and sometimes people even think she’s the younger one.

The self-confessed ‘bogan Barbie’ – used to refer to a busty blonde redneck – says the pretty trio are more like best friends, regularly partying together at festivals and clubs.

Mum Natalie is in the middle of the photo above.

“Some even think Jazmyne is my mum because she’s so tall and I’m so short,” Natalie said.

Mum Natalie Wardell says she is regularly mistaken for being the same age as daughters Jazmyne, 21 and Tamika, 19 (Photo: Instagram)
Natalie says sometimes people even think she’s the younger one (Photo: Instagram)
“It’s just genetics,” says Natalie (Photo: Instagram)

“I guess it’s a compliment to me, but people will say things like ‘You try to copy them,’ but I mean I’ve had long blonde hair since I was 15.

“It’s just genetics.”

She said they often see the lighter side when people are trying to work out their ages.

Natalie told the Daily Mail “It’s funny when we’re walking around somewhere and (Jazmyne) yells out Mum.

Self-confessed ‘bogan Barbie’ Natalie says the pretty trio are more like best friends (Photo: Instagram)
The blonde beauties regular party together at festivals and clubs (Photo: Instagram)
“Some even think Jazmyne is my mum because she’s so tall and I’m so short,” Natalie said (Photo: Instagram)

“Everyone looks around as if to say, ‘Who on earth are you talking to?'”

Car lover Natalie is attending her 23rd straight Summernats car festival in Canberra this weekend, with her husband Brendan and two daughters.

She will be competing at the annual competition today, while the rest of the family show off their cars.

Family focused Natalie met her husband after stopping to admire his car while out shopping (Photo: Instagram)

Family focused Natalie, who met her husband after stopping to admire his car while out shopping, says the family regularly attend car shows together.

And she says that despite the festivals being particularly booze-filled, she feels these regular hangouts are what keeps the close-knit family together.