Diane von Fürstenberg loves her dog Shannon so much, she's cloned her!

The 69-year-old actress and her husband, billionaire media executive Barry Diller, have replicated Shannon's DNA to create two new Jack Russell terrier puppies, a rep for Barry, 74, recently confirmed to [Page Six](http://pagesix.com/2016/03/14/billionaire-barry-diller-clones-his-dog/?ga=1.11764083.632739841.1447392306)_.

Though it is unknown when a specialist performed the expensive cloning procedure, Diane has been posting adorable photos of her new puppies, Evita and Dina, for months — proving they've been a part of the couple's happy family for some time.

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According to Page Six, dog cloning typically costs around $100,000 and is done by a Korean firm that implants the desired DNA into a canine egg.