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Excuse us, we've just noticed something mildly disturbing about Brad Pitt's relationships.

There’s always that one couple that sort of… look alike.

Almost like siblings (I know, gross), they seem to look the same, dress the same and even act the same.

And it’s no different for celebrity couples either.

As one Twitter user hilariously pointed out, Brad Pitt LOVES to look like his girlfriends.

The article, which appears to be from the Daily Express, waaaay back in 2006, shows that, over the years, the 54-year-old actor has matched his style and his haircuts to every single woman he has dated.

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From his matching blonde pixie cut with ex-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow (who could forget?!) to matching ponytails with his wife Angelina Jolie, he’s dabbled in pretty much every style out there on his mission to perfectly match his other halves.

Not convinced? Here’s the best pics of Brad Pitt matching his girlfriends and wives. You’re welcome.

Matching suits with Jennifer Aniston. Image: Getty.
And we can't forget the matching highlights and frosted tips... Image: Getty.
They almost look like brother and sister? Image: Getty.
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Brad and his co-star/rumoured girlfriend Shalane McCall... looking straight out of an 80s teen movie. Image: Getty.
Brad's hair appears a whole lot darker alongside girlfriend Juliette Lewis. Image: Getty.
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Who could forget Brad and Gwyneth Paltrow's matching blonde pixie cuts?! Image: Getty.
...and matching sunglasses too. Image: Getty.
Brad copies wife Angelina Jolie with matching sleeked back hair. Image: Getty.
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Brad's hair has gotten darker, just as Angelina's has. Image: Getty.
MATCHING PONYTAILS. Image: Getty.

Which look is your favourite? Let us know!

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