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If you've ever wondered what a miniature-sized Cleopatra or an infant Ruth Bader Ginsburg looked like, the scrolling stops here.

At three months old, the youngest master of disguises on Instagram is capturing hearts and eliciting much laughter through her relentless charm and knack for transforming into powerful women in history.

Meet Liberty Wexler. Her Instagram page, @Libertyphotgraphy is sure to brighten your day.




Liberty's mother Jenelle told Insider that she got a lot of positive responses after dressing up her son River as a burrito for Halloween. Things kicked up a notch, however, when she made Liberty's costume to make her look like Frida Kahlo.





The toddler began representing many inspiring and powerful female role models.




Here's little Liberty as Betsy Ross, credited for making the first American flag. She's having us in stitches.



Amelia Earhart was a very influential aviator who was the first solo female pilot to fly across the Atlantic. As far as we're concerned, Liberty's flying with passing colors here.




Here she is as Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie. She's nailing the chemistry with the camera.



Liberty pays homage to Sally Ride, the first female American in space in 1983. Can we ride shotgun with her on her way to the stars?



Inspirational philanthropist Mother Teresa won a Nobel Peace Prize for her many humanitarian efforts. Bless her tiny heart.



Here's Jane Goodall with a friend. The British primatologist was an expert on chimpanzees. We're all going bananas here.



Joan of Arc was known for her courage and valor at 18 years of age. Liberty commands our attention.



This list wouldn't be complete without an appearance from Lady Liberty herself. Wouldn't you say the role suits her well?



Jenelle already has 20 costumes made for Liberty, and they're all set to be featured as the Instagram page continues with updates, with more to come.

"There are just so many amazing women that need to be celebrated!"


Jenelle has ambitious plans for Liberty. She told Insider:

"I hope to have Liberty be a part of celebrating great women who have helped to make the world a better place for future women and people as a whole."

She has a great head start. With these brilliant Instagram photos, Liberty is already making the world a better place for all of us.



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