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The Hadid sisters have just become the new poster girls for ‘twincest’

Gigi and Bella Hadid have just featured in Vogue…together…naked.

Vogue (Britain) has just unveiled their latest edition of their iconic magazine, only this time the magazine features two different versions with alternating covers starring none other than two of the biggest ‘it’ girls of right now: Gigi and Bella Hadid.

Each cover captures an individual shot of each sister styled by Joe McKenna in lavish, golden Versace. Although, it’s always what’s inside that counts, right? In this edition of Vogue, some raunchy magic happens: the girls were photographed together by Steven Meisel.

This sounds like a really nice sisterly thing to do, yeah? Well, actually, the internet is losing it’s shit because the two models are naked. Okay…it’s very Vogue, except for the fact that the models are sisters.

Art or incest? You decide.

British Vogue posted the photo on Instagram with the following caption: “As the fashion industry’s most in-demand sisters, we’re more familiar seeing Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid apart than together. However, the sisters unite for the March 2018 issue.”

Yeah, we get the idea, but we also hate the idea of the girls reuniting in a sexual way. It’s almost as if fashion doesn’t matter anymore – sex is the only money maker.

The people of Twitter had a whole lot to say to Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.

And trust us, what they had to say, well… it was all bad.

We discovered one of the best responses to the photo on Facebook user Kat Davies, who said, “Who the hell wants to pose naked with their sister? If you found this picture in an everyday person’s house, you would soon be dragging their a…s on Jerry Springer and saying ‘wtf, is this about?’ but apparently if you’re rich and classy this is modelling. Creepy vogue and creepy Hadids — fail.”

People were even offended by the amount of editing used to portray ‘beauty’.

Yikes! Good luck getting out of this mess, Vogue.

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