Katie Holmes Looks Unrecognizable As Jackie Kennedy On Set of New Miniseries In Toronto

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Katie Holmes has just proved she is worthy of a 'First Lady' title.

Spotted on the set of her new miniseries "The Kennedys: After Camelot" in Toronto on Wednesday, Holmes looked unrecognizable as she once again channelled American beauty, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (a.k.a. Jackie O).



WHOA.

Sporting a double-breasted white trench with an elegant belt and sheer nude nylons, a recreation of an ensemble the real Jackie Kennedy wore back in 1967, according to eTalk, the 37-year-old actress looked slightly aged and more regal in comparison to the younger Jackie O she portrayed on the 2011 miniseries, "The Kennedys."


And there's no doubt Katie does a beautiful job in executing Kennedy's iconic style.

But the thing that has us obsessed over Holmes' #twinning look is the hair. Ditching her usual dark, sleek locks, the American beauty channels Jackie with a perfection shoulder-length 'do.

In another series of photos, Holmes is seen donning a white trench coat, white pencil skirt and brown short-sleeve turtleneck with matching kitten heels.


The miniseries, which sees the mother of Suri Cruise star alongside Matthew Perry and Ari Cohen, takes place after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963. Holmes also serves as executive producer on the project.

And Katie isn't the only actress currently portraying the former First Lady — Natalie Portman will also play Jacqueline in the upcoming film, "Jackie."

So who will play Jackie O best? Only time will tell!

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