'Mumpreneurs' recreate Vanity Fair's iconic cover

A group of 'Mumpreneurs' have recreated the iconic '' Vanity Fair cover photo to prove they too can balance motherhood with high-flying business.

The celebrity magazine annually brings together the best Oscar hopefuls for an annual foldout cover - this year featuring the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon.

Members of the Cotswold-based The Mum Boss Club - mothers who run businesses - decided to recreate the spread, with identical outfits and poses to the icons.

(From left) Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the shoot in Cheltenham

(From left) Holly Siddall, Ali Brinsford, Nicki Ryder, Kate Ransome, Kate Starkey, Sarah Davies, Frankie Chapman, Beth Campagna, Louise Pritchard, Victoria Seyforth, Cate Hamilton, Jane Gray and Charlotte Simmons at the shoot in Cheltenham

(From left) Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hanks, Michael B Jordan, Zendaya, Jessica Chastain Claire Foy, Michael Shannon, Harrison Ford, Gal Gadot, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and Robert De Niro on the cover

(From left) Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hanks, Michael B Jordan, Zendaya, Jessica Chastain Claire Foy, Michael Shannon, Harrison Ford, Gal Gadot, Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter and Robert De Niro on the cover

Unlike their A-list counterparts, these mothers don't have celebrity stylists, aren't gifted designer and don't have a house-full of staff to help them with the kids.

But they recreated the glamorous shoot in impressive detail to prove that even 'everyday working mums' can have it all. The 13 'mumpreuners' involved have 34 children between them, aged from 18 months to 15 years old.

They have all given up corporate life to set up their own businesses in everything from photography, to event planning, to accountancy.

Mother-of-three Sarah Davies, 43, gave up her corporate London job of 20 years to set up an interior design company and stands in place of Harrison Ford in the photo.

Nicki Ryder, 39, swapped her job of 15 years with Microsoft to run her own fitness classes from her garden, and posed as Greatest Showman actress Zendaya.

Kate Starkey, 36, used to work full-time for the NHS, but the mother-of-three now runs an award-winning blog from home, and posed as Shape of Water actor Michael Shannon.

The successful business mothers got together in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, to celebrate their work in both roles

The successful business mothers got together in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, to celebrate their work in both roles

The photoshoot in the West Country was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair cover of Hollywood's leading actors

The photoshoot in the West Country was designed to recreate the famous Vanity Fair cover of 's leading actors

The group of working mothers recreated the cover to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses

The group of working mothers recreated the cover to showcase balancing motherhood with running their own businesses

Members of the Cotswold-based The Mum Boss Club were pictured with identical outfits and poses to the Hollywood icons

Members of the Cotswold-based The Mum Boss Club were pictured with identical outfits and poses to the icons

Unlike their A-list counterparts, these mothers in the Cotswolds do not have celebrity stylists

Unlike their A-list counterparts, these mothers in the Cotswolds do not have celebrity stylists

They recreated the glamorous shoot in impressive detail to prove that even 'everyday working mums' can have it all

They recreated the glamorous shoot in impressive detail to prove that even 'everyday working mums' can have it all

Unlike the real high-end expensive Vanity Fair shoot, the mother created the shoot by asking for help from their 125-strong members, which includes hairdressers, makeup artists, and venue owners.

Ms Starkey, who founded the Mum Boss Club, said: 'It's amazing what you can achieve with a little help from your friends. This project is a great example of how much we as working mums can achieve together.

'It makes us realise that, with all of us together, we can achieve something on a scale, and can be just as glamorous as our icons. The pictures are stunning.

'We're all so proud of our member for pooling their resources from all areas of , , photography, styling and make-up, to showcase just some of the skills in our group.

'It makes us realise that we can be just as glamourous as our icons and shows the power of collaboration with our members helping one another to build and grow their business.'

The networking group was created in 2017 to bring together like-minded mothers who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up youngsters.

The 13 'mumpreuners' involved have 34 children between them, aged from 18 months to 15 years old

The 13 'mumpreuners' involved have 34 children between them, aged from 18 months to 15 years old

The mothers have all given up corporate life to set up their own businesses in everything from photography to event planning

The mothers have all given up corporate life to set up their own businesses in everything from photography to event planning

Unlike the real expensive Vanity Fair shoot, the mother created the shoot by asking for help from their 125-strong members

Unlike the real expensive Vanity Fair shoot, the mother created the shoot by asking for help from their 125-strong members

Members of the Cotswold-based The Mum Boss Club include hairdressers, makeup artists, and venue owners

Members of the Cotswold-based The Mum Boss Club include hairdressers, makeup artists, and venue owners

In less than 18 months, the group has brought together a 125 mothers, all who run their own businesses in Gloucestershire

In less than 18 months, the group has brought together a 125 mothers, all who run their own businesses in Gloucestershire

The group helps like-minded mothers who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up children

The group helps like-minded mothers who wanted to set up their own dream companies whilst bringing up children

In less than 18 months, it has brought

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