Fans are all saying the same thing about Kris Jenner's Portofino outfit

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Photo credit: NINO - Getty Images
Photo credit: NINO - Getty Images

ICYMI, the Kardashian-Jenner clan has taken over the internet this week, as photos emerged of them celebrating the *third* wedding of Kourtney and Travis Barker in Portofino, Italy over the weekend. As expected, there were some pretty extravagant fashion choices at the lavish event. One outfit, in particular, that has made its way into the spotlight is Kris Jenner's Alta Moda dress, as fans noticed a striking resemblance between the momager's look and one of the most iconic television matriarchs of all time.

As soon as the photos were released of the 66-year-old walking her eldest daughter, Kourtney Kardashian down the aisle, fans of the hit TV show Schitt's Creek flocked to the internet to compare the Dolce & Gabanna gown to the one Catherine O'Hara's character, Moira Rose wore in season 5 and 6. And ngl, we do see the resemblance. Anyone remember the fictional premiere of Moira's film The Crows Have Eyes III: The Crowening?

As comments flooded in about the obvious similarities, it was hard not to notice some Twitter users taking Moira's side, with one fan writing: "Sorry @KrisJenner but Moira Rose wore it better. #schittscreek #krisjenner," while another said: "Moira Rose did it first, and she did it better. Sorry, @KrisJenner #kardashians #kourtney #krisjenner #schittscreek #moirarose #KourtneyKardashianWedding"

Others were quick to join in with the comparisons, with another fan writing: "Kris Jenner is giving serious Moira Rose circa The Crows Have Eyes vibes," as someone else joked: "Wedding guests: Is that the? Kris Jenner: the Moira Rose Award dress? yeah it is…"

But whether the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch really did take some serious fashion inspo from the queen herself, we guess we'll never know.

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