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Lisa Wilkinson and her beautiful look-alike daughter attend her year 12 school formal.

Lisa Wilkinson and her daughter Billi could not be more alike.

This week, the Today Show team have been travelling all around Australia, but thankfully host Lisa Wilkinson made it home to help her daughter Billi celebrate a pretty important milestone.

After a week of ballooning in the Barossa and riding vomit-inducing roller coasters in Queensland, Wilkinson flew home from Byron Bay on Thursday. She arrived just in time for Billi’s Year 12 Formal.

Lisa Wilkinson's daughter
Ballooning in the Barossa (Image: Instagram)

“Crazy day,” she posted on Instagram. “Byron this morning and then back home in time to see my smart, funny, kind, sharp-as-a-whip, beautiful daughter (here with her great friend Jade) off to her Year 12 Formal. So proud….and stunned at how quickly the years have passed.”

Lisa Wilkinson's daughter
The apple certainly doesn’t fall far from the tree. (Image: Instagram)
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We are pretty stunned too, having heard Billi-based anecdotes on the Today Show for the past 8 years. Time certainly does fly.

Lisa Wilkinson's daughter
Flashback!

Billi looked absolutely gorgeous on her special night, and just a bit (a lot) like her mum. Wilkinson’s Instagram followers were quick to notice the striking similarities. “Absolutely stunning just like her mama,” said one. Another saying, “Wow Lisa she is a chip off the ol block..beautiful.”

We hope you had a great night Billi!

What is your favourite memory from your school formal?

A great night and a special memory. Check out some of the Mamamia Team at their year 12 formals below…

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For more on the Today Show Team, check out these:

Lisa Wilkinson’s 90s throwback photo is perfection.

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Lisa Wilkinson wears the ‘penis jacket’ on air, because solidarity.

Karl Stefanovic. In 1996. Wearing a skivvy.

 

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