EastEnders Natalie Cassidy shares rare picture of her lookalike daughter Joanie, 6 | The Sun

EASTENDERS' star Natalie Cassidy gave fans a glimpse of her youngest lookalike daughter.

The soap star, 39, rarely shares pics of Joanie, 6, but couldn't help herself today.

Little Joanie is seen wearing a cute little red coat and smiling up at the camera.

She is also seen carrying a little fruit basket on her tiny arm.

Posting the sweet snap of her mini me on Instagram, Natalie told her 238K followers: "Our Little Red Riding Hood."

The youngster was likely dressed up to celebrate World Book Day, which most schools were taking part in yesterday.

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Natalie, who is best known for playing Sonia Fowler in EastEnders, has two daughters.

She is mum to 12-year-old Eliza, who she had with ex partner Adam Cottrell, and she shares Joanie with her fiancé Marc Humphreys.

Natalie rarely posts pictures of her children on social media but she does like to give fans the occasional glimpse.

Having found fame herself at the tender age of 10 playing Sonia, Natalie's eldest daughter Eliza got her own taste of stardom last year.

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Doting mum Natalie revealed it was her own Eliza who had been competing in Junior Bake Off on Channel 4, having applied when she was 10.

But the star had kept her mouth lightly shut until Eliza had been sent home from the famous tent.

Afterwards, she shared a snap of Eliza clutching a mixing bowl and whisk on Instagram.

Alongside it, she wrote: "This is Eliza. She was 10 and decided to enter for the junior bake off.

"I said, oh Eliza, you’ll never get through, thousands apply and I don’t want you to be disappointed. She got through. And her confidence, determination and maturity has blown me away.

"I am proud of my daughters everyday. But to watch one of them be so kind and helpful to others in the tent every night this week, has made me the proudest mum alive."

Natalie added: "I haven’t said much about it- Nothing to do with me whatsoever. This was her adventure. Thank you @britishbakeoff for having her and looking after her so well throughout the process.

"My advice to all. When your child wants to do something don’t stop them. Dreams do come true."

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