‘American Pickers’ Star Danielle Colby’s Daughter Looks Just Like Her in These Recent Pics

by Leanne Stahulak

“American Pickers” star Danielle Colby could be twins with her 21-year-old daughter, Memphis Cushman. Both women like to model in their spare time, and the looks they serve are strikingly similar.

You can see just how similar in the two Instagram posts below. Cushman posted this one over the summer, showing off her and Colby’s bright green eyes. You see those same eyes shining in the “American Pickers” star’s pictures, along with that secret smile.

Both women also like to model in more boudoir-inspired photos, showing off their gorgeous bodies. It looks like Colby raised her daughter to embrace her body positively, celebrating her curves.

But Colby is also happy to see that Cushman has a kind heart. She praised her daughter for it in an Instagram post from this past May.

“I love spending a day with my daughter @lolahbearxo on the beach,” the “American Pickers” star wrote. “Thank you Memphis for your kind heart. You always make room for understanding folks. I learn a lot of that from you. You lead with love just like grandma always said to. I always hated when she said that. But I can see now how beautiful that trait is. You wear it well baby grrrl.”

‘American Pickers’ Star Danielle Colby Asks Followers to Help People Affected by Hurricane Ida

Speaking of a kind heart, we know for a fact that “American Pickers” star Danielle Colby has one. After all, she just posted a message on Instagram to urge her followers to donate to several different relief organizations after the devastation of Hurricane Ida.

In the post, Colby shares a photo of her daughter, Memphis Cushman, from a New Orleans trip the pair took a few years ago. The “American Pickers” star’s caption explains why it’s so important to send help to those impacted by Hurricane Ida.

“New Orleans is such a special city, full of history and culture. You can feel the magic pulsing in her veins,” Colby says in the caption. She continues by talking about the devastation of the last few hurricanes.

“I remember when Hurricane Katrina hit and the absolute devastation that was wrought afterwards. The people of New Orleans were left to fend for themselves, completely ignored by the government. They received no help when they needed it the most,” Colby writes. “I’ve seen firsthand the devastation that can occur after hurricane. I knew after Hurricane Maria that I needed to get involved with disaster relief efforts.”

She concluded with, “I’ve added a few infographics for places to donate. It will be weeks before power is fully restored to Louisiana and people need help. If you’re able to donate at all please check out these resources!”