He wrote: “On @fallontonight wearing @kyosukekunimoto I have struggled all my life w people telling me I’m ‘trying’ to look like dad, or mum. That’s why I rarely wear these type of glasses, but they’re actually just better on my face.
“It’s funny, but I promise I don’t ‘try’ to look like my parents, it just happens. Especially when I dress cool because they had epic style, so it is often unintentionally evocative. Which glasses do y’all prefer on me?” he wrote.
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“You look wonderful! I do the same thing re sunglasses, I try not to wear those friggin oval frames often, but i when i do, i know they look good on mah face, so, what can we do,” she said.
“Embrace the similarities and celebrate the differences, i suppose !”
Last month, Frances addressed an iconic photograph of her and RuPaul that was taken when she was a baby.
The drag icon was a close friend of Bean’s late father, and their meeting at the 1993 MTV VMAs resulted in a famous snap.
“I firmly believe that that photo captures my personality being made,” Frances said of the image while speaking on RuPaul’s Whats The Tee podcast. “You are the reason I am the way I am . . . You were not my only drag queen in my life from a very young age. I had drag nannies. I remember waking up next to a nanny of mine who used to do Miss Piggy-type drag in a red sequin dress and snout askew.”