Kat Zoe Clark, often mistaken for her 18-year-old daughter’s sister, amazes thousands online

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A mom who is constantly mistaken for her 18-year-old daughter’s sister stunned thousands on social media with her age-appropriate looks, but it wasn’t always like that.

Kat Zoe Clark, from the Gold Coast in Queensland, became a teenage mother at age 17 after giving birth to her daughter Latisha ‘Tisha’.

Fast forward to 18 years, the 35-year-old fitness trainer recently celebrated Tisha’s 18th birthday at a cocktail bar where she was asked for ID twice.

“I feel really good about it because I felt like I was the ugly duckling growing up,” the mother of two told Channel Seven’s The morning show.

“I hated being a teenage mom, so now that I come back from that and have an 18-year-old daughter and get lots of compliments, I love it.”

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Mother of two Kat Zoe Clark with daughter Tisha on her 18th birthday at a cocktail bar where she was asked for ID twice

The 35-year-old is constantly mistaken for her daughter Tisha's sister (pictured together)

The 35-year-old is constantly mistaken for her daughter Tisha’s sister (pictured together)

During a family trip in Bali before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Kat said her husband dropped her and their daughter Tisha off at a hair salon when the hairdresser asked them where “their father was going”.

“I had to tell her this was my husband and this is my daughter,” she said.

As a young mother, Kat said she got a lot of judgmental looks and mean comments.

“A lot of people said I was going to be a terrible mother and Tisha would have a terrible life and she wouldn’t get many opportunities,” she said.

“But I made the decision to fight for a better life for my daughter from the day she was born. I just wanted Tisha to have an incredible life.

“Look at her now, she’s 18, she’s studying to be a lawyer at university and I’m so proud of her. I think I did pretty well.’

After sharing photos of her daughter’s birthday on social media, many were shocked to discover her real age.

‘I can’t believe you have an 18-year-old! You look 20,” one wrote, while another added, “Wow, you look amazing and you have an 18-year-old.”

During a family trip in Bali before Covid-19 hit, Kat said her husband dropped her and their daughter Tisha off at a hair salon when the hairdresser asked them where 'their father went'

During a family trip in Bali before Covid-19 hit, Kat said her husband dropped her and their daughter Tisha off at a hair salon when the hairdresser asked them where ‘their father went’

Pictured at age 17 with her newborn baby

Pictured at age 32

Kat Clark, of the Gold Coast in Queensland, became a teenage mother at age 17 after giving birth to her daughter Latisha (left at age 17 with her newborn and right at age 32)

Kat’s Average Day on a Plate

BREAKFAST: Eggs with greens or a smoothie

LUNCH: Mostly leftovers from dinner

SUPPER: My all time favorite is my healthy Mexican bowl – black beans, chicken, grilled broccoli, quinoa, lime, many different herbs and spices

SNACKS: Roasted Almonds, protein balls, peanut butter on corn drink or smoked salmon and capers on low carb crackers

Earlier this year, Kat revealed how strangers are often surprised when they find out her real age or find out she’s a mom.

“When Tisha and I are in public and she yells ‘mama’, everyone always looks again and gets confused,” she told the Daily Mail Australia.

“I love it though, I get on well with all her friends and they all follow me on TikTok. I go shopping with her, she gets along well with my friends, we go to lunch together, she steals my clothes and I steal hers, and sometimes we fight like sisters.

“I love being so close to Tisha, but sometimes I have to remind myself that I’m her mother, not her friend.”

She attributes her youthful appearance and impeccable physique to the daily walks of her dogs, which only wear makeup on weekends, sunscreen, and collagen.

“I’m a busy working mom, so I walk my dogs to the beach and back every day and try to do a few workouts at home most weeks,” Kat said.

‘I don’t wear much makeup, I usually only do makeup on the weekends. I think staying hydrated and wearing sunscreen every day helped me keep my skin looking good.”

The fitness trainer who looks better in her 30s than in her teens has shared her glowing secrets with her incredibly youthful appearance

The fitness trainer who looks better in her 30s than in her teens has shared her glowing secrets with her incredibly youthful appearance

She attributes her age-defying looks and flawless physique to walking her dogs every day, only makeup on weekends, sunscreen, and collagen (pictured with her 10-year-old daughter Deja)

She attributes her age-defying looks and flawless physique to walking her dogs every day, only makeup on weekends, sunscreen, and collagen (pictured with her 10-year-old daughter Deja)

She said the beauty and skincare routine she follows is “nothing crazy.”

“I really feel like I’m not doing enough,” she said with a laugh.

‘I cleanse my face every morning and evening with a vitamin C cleanser from The Body Shop. Then moisten with CeraVe cream as well. I also drink collagen every day. To be honest, nothing special.’

Kat said her diet is 90 percent healthy food, but she still treats herself with whatever she wants, within reasonable limits.

‘I do my best to always eat healthy. My body and health are just a reflection of what I eat… I still enjoy a saucy meal here and there, like pasta, pizza, burgers and KFC,” she said.

Kat said her diet is 90 percent healthy food, but she still treats herself with whatever she wants, within reasonable limits

Kat said her diet is 90 percent healthy food, but she still treats herself with whatever she wants, within reasonable limits

The 35-year-old mother of two has revealed that she is often mistaken for the sister or boyfriend of her 18-year-old daughter Tisha (pictured together)

The 35-year-old mother of two has revealed that she is often mistaken for the sister or boyfriend of her 18-year-old daughter Tisha (pictured together)

Pictured at age 18 holding her baby daughter

She said that strangers are often surprised when they hear her real age or find out that she is a mother

The mother said that strangers are often surprised when they hear her real age or find out that she is a mother (pictured left at age 18 with her daughter and right at age 35)

Kat’s Beauty, Skincare, Health and Fitness Regimen

cat believes keep hydrated and wear sunscreen every day has made her skin look good

They cleans her face every morning and evening right away vitamin C cleanser from The Body Shop, followed by a CeraVe moisturizing cream

She also drinks collagen every day

Her practice consists of: walking her dogs every day to the beach and back

Her diet consists of 90 percent of healthy food but she still treats herself with whatever she wants, within reasonable limits

Growing up as a teenage mom, Kat said she… received a lot of criticism.

“People always said they felt sorry for my daughter because she was raised by a teenage mother,” she said.

“I understand where those comments are coming from, but I also think that when you become a teenage mom, you have two choices: listen to those comments and say “poor me” or start working hard to make sure your baby has the best life. has.

“I look back now and I’m so proud of what I’ve accomplished and the child I’ve raised. My daughter is now 17 and studying at university to become a lawyer. I did everything for that little girl and she makes me a very proud mother.’

Kat looked at old photos of herself when she was 17 and said she felt like she was looking at someone completely different.

‘I feel sorry for her. As a teenage mother, it was extremely difficult… I was completely broken, inside and out,” she said.

“I hated looking at myself in the mirror, I hated who I had become and I was empty.”

For teen moms struggling with life, Kat advised, “Surround yourself with positive people who lift you up, don’t bring you down.

“Be very selective about who you spend time with. It’s possible to build the life you’ve always wanted, having a young baby doesn’t mean it’s all over for you, it will give you more motivation to keep fighting for the life you deserve. You have this girl.’

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