New mom Scarlett Johansson looked fit and fab at the Friends Of Rockaway's 2014 Hurricane Sandy Benefit in New York on Tuesday, just two months or so after giving birth to her first child, and she brought along a special date—her twin brother, Hunter Johansson!

The 29-year-old Avengers actress showcased a slim figure in a sleeveless black and navy pleated silk crepe Proenza Schouler Spring 2015 dress, paired with black and gold pumps.

Her pixie cut was styled with a side part, with a few tendrils framing the side of her face.

Scarlett Johansson

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It was announced on Sept. 4 that the actress welcomed daughter Rose Dorothy Dauriac with fiancé Romain Dauriac. The two got engaged in August 2013.

Since giving birth, Scarlett has been spotted in public several times and made her first major post-baby appearance at a screening of The Theory of Everything at the Crosby Hotel in New York earlier this month.

Scarlett is three minutes older than her twin brother. She has brought Hunter with her to several events in the past, including to the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner and to a Nintendo Gamecube launch party in New York in 2001 (pictured below).

Scarlett Johansson, Hunter Johansson

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The two have three siblings. Older sister Vanessa Johansson has also accompanied Scarlett to events, such as in 2006, when she and the actress attended the Weinstein Company and Glamour magazine's Golden Globes After Party. The actress' sister and twin brother, as well as their parents, played a family in the 1996 film Manny & Lo, the star's first major movie.

Scarlett Johansson, Vanessa Johansson

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She also has another brother, Adrian Johansson, 38, a half-brother, Christian Johansson, and younger adopted sister, Fenan Sloan. The little girl accompanied Scarlett, along with mother Melanie Sloan, 63, and their grandmother, at the unveiling of the actress' star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2012.

Scarlett Johansson, Grandmother, Sister Fenan, Mother Melanie Sloan

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