Joey King is working on a secret project with sister Hunter King

Whatever it is, they look damn cute together.

In a new photoshoot, The Kissing Booth 2 star Joey King has revealed she’s filming a secret project with her sister Hunter King. And whatever it is, they look cute!

According to JustJared, the King sibling duo recently snapped a series of pics together, dressed in some v stylish and adorable looks. The photoshoot is supposedly for an upcoming project the two are working on—at this stage, it’s unclear whether it’s just a fashion shoot, cover story, movie or more.

In the pics, Joey, 21, wore a cute matching green attire—a pair of ALC emerald high-waisted trousers and a matching sleeveless top, accessorised with an Aliel black leather mini-bag, P448 white sneakers and hair in a ponytail. Hunter, 26, meanwhile donned a cute and casual fit—ft. a pair of Kate Spade denim cropped flare pants, a Rails silk top, and Greats white sneakers, rocking a centre part.

Check out the pics below!

The last time Joey King and sister Hunter King worked together was on the set of the sitcom Life In Pieces in April 2019. According to Entertainment Weekly, Joey played a pregnant teen looking to potentially adopt her baby to Hunter’s character’s brother-in-law. 

“Filming those scenes were some of the funniest days,” Hunter told EW at the time. “I will just never forget the things Joey would be pitching to me.”

“I cannot wait to watch that scene. I cannot wait to see the relationship between Clementine and Morgan on camera, what it turns out be, because behind the scenes we had so much fun.”

Earlier this month, King, who is about to star as an assassin in a movie with Brad Pitt, shut down rumours she auditioned for a role in Netflix’s live-action production of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

“I have zero involvement in this project and didn’t know this project even existed until I logged onto Twitter today and my timeline was flooded with these rumours,” the 21-year-old actress tweeted, via JustJared. “I do not believe a white woman should play a character of colour. Not me or any white woman for that matter.”

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