As EU leaders arrived at an emergency summit today to discuss the crisis in Ukraine, onlookers could be forgiven for thinking they were seeing double.
David Cameron, British's Prime Minister and Xavier Bettel are not brothers. They are striking look-a-likes and they are both Prime Ministers. Bettel is Luxembourg's prime minister, .
Like Cameron, he wore a navy suit, plumping for pinstripes, possibly to help avoid confusion.
The similarities don't end there: both men (born seven years apart) head up a coalition government: Cameron with the Lib Dems; Bettel (the liberal Democratic Party) with Luxembourg's Socialist Workers' Party and Green Party.
If that wasn't strange enough, before becoming PM, Bettel worked as a barrister – the same profession as David's elder brother, Alex Cameron QC.
Brothers in arms, indeed.
The EU leaders were holding an emergency summit at the EU headquarters in Brussels to discuss a response to Russia's troop deployment in Ukraine's Crimea.
The similarities don't end there: both men (born seven years apart) head up a coalition government – Cameron with the Lib Dems; Bettel (Democratic Party) with Luxembourg's Socialist Workers' Party and Green Party
Cameron is married with three children; while Bettel is his country's first openly gay PM and is in a relationship with architect Destenay Gauthier
During the talks, the leaders agreed a limited package of sanctions to be put in place with immediate effect.
They warned Russia of 'far-reaching consequences' unless it enters into direct talks with the Ukraine government to end the crisis.
And they warned of further measures, including asset freezes and travel bans, unless there was swift action.
Cameron and Bettel deep in discussion, pictured last December
Appointed PM: 2010
Coalition: Tories and Lib Dems
Early career: Worked for Conservative Party Research Department; also seven years at Carlton Communications
Education: Studied at Eton College; Oxford University. 1st class degree in politics, philosophy, economics
Family: Wife Samantha and three children
Politics: Democratic Party
Appointed PM: 2013
Coalition: DP, Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party and Green Party
Early career: Barrister, former mayor
Education: University of Nancy, MA in public and European law, postgrad diploma in political science and public law
Family: In relationship with Destenay Gauthier. Bettel is Luxembourg's first openly gay PM