Adorable Mini Pigs Model Fashionable Ensembles on Their Instagram

Miss Piggy has always been a fashionable Muppet, so it's no surprise when her real-life counterparts are the same way. The brother and sister duo Priscilla and Poppleton might just be mini pigs, but the pair certainly have an impressive wardrobe! Donning pearls, bowties, hair accessories, and more, the two have an adorable Instagram that features their fashion choices and other cute activities. We see them sleeping together, "sipping" Starbucks, and enjoying time near the ocean.

Based in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, the year-round warm weather lends itself well to their colorful outfits as well as trips to "grandma and grandpa's" farm. Priscilla and Poppleton seem to have big personalities and a lot of fun; so, it's no surprise that they have a large following on Instagram and Facebook, where their fans can keep up with their lovable exploits and sartorial choices.

Priscilla and Poppleton Facebook page and Instagram
via [Neatorama]



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