'You love me and don't forget it!' Mariah Carey shares adorable picture of Monroe kissing Moroccan

By Daily Mail Reporter

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It seems there is no need to worry about sibling rivalry in Mariah Carey's household.

The singer shared an adorable picture of her 17-month-old twins on Twitter on Thursday.

It showed Monroe leaning in to kiss her brother Moroccan, with Mariah writing: 'You love me and don't u forget it!'

Sibling love: Monroe gives her twin brother Moroccan a kiss in a [icture tweeted by their mother Mariah Carey

Sibling love: Monroe gives her twin brother Moroccan a kiss in a picture tweeted by their proud mother Mariah Carey

The youngsters are pictured in front of a window, with little 'Roe wearing her glasses as she very seriously leans in to her brother.

He seems happy to accept the kiss, smiling at his sister.

Mariah is currently hard at work filming her first season as an American Idol judge.

She tweeted on Thursday: 'On vocal rest today after 2 days of non-stop talking on #idol auditions, then back to the studio tomorrow.. Can't wait!!!'

Doting mother: Mariah Carey posed with Penny Marshall at a book party for Marshall's memoir, My Mother Was Nuts, at Monkey Bar in New York on Wednesday night

Doting mother: Mariah Carey posed with Penny Marshall at a book party for Marshall's memoir, My Mother Was Nuts, at Monkey Bar in New York on Wednesday night

Their 42-year-old and her 31-year-old presenter husband Nick Cannon were inspired to name their son Moroccan after Nick proposed in a Moroccan-style room.

His twin sister Monroe was named in honour of the iconic singer, Marilyn Monroe. 

Despite their tender age the pair have been lavished with belongings by their besotted parents, who are determined to ensure that they only experience the finer things in life.

At their black-tie first birthday party, the tots were gifted a toy Ferrari, rocking horse, and miniature white piano while celebrating at the Plaza Athenee in Paris. 

Mariah also reportedly spent millions of dollars creating a luxurious nursery for her little ones, including Chelsea Sleigh cribs, Clara changing table, 24-carat gold and onyx sofa, diamond-encrusted iPods, and a flatscreen TV that comes down from the ceiling.

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beautiful babies, he looks just like Nick and she looks just like her

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One day when I'm 45, I'm going to click on Daily Mail...and before me will be two of the biggest spoiled brats in showbiz. - Shayli , London, 21/9/2012 09:25 - Shayli - i can not agree with you more! they are going to be absolute nightmares

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When you are raised with love you know how to give love. That shows in their children

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Aww bless.

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Cute kids. Dumb names.

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- MissBobblez , UK, 21/9/2012 08:10 // brought up by a single mother as a bi racial child in the 70s, poor and her mother having to work three jobs just to able to provide for her children with shelter and food. Her sister was a teenage mother who had a serious drug addiction and was on the game, her father was never around, her first husband mentally and emotionly abused her, she had a serious breakdown and in the space of six months of that her father died of cancer. yeah she has had such a candy coated life.

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Mariah is so lucky to have all that she has in live. Her babies are just so cute.

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So cute!! Does Monroe wear glasses? I noticed she had sun shades on the other day, but cant believe at such a young age they stay on! lol ... I cant get my boy to wear a hat for longer than 10 minutes!

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I like the names! Unique. The babies are adorable!!!!

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These two children are so darn adorable......I'm happy for Mariah and Nick.

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