Jools Oliver shares an unseen photo with her lookalike daughter

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Photo credit: © Mothercare
Photo credit: © Mothercare

Jools Oliver has her fans doing a double-take after sharing a beautiful photograph of herself alongside her 18-year-old daughter Daisy.

The 46-year-old clothes designer posted the picture on Instagram with the caption 'Number 2' and a flower emoji, and it didn’t take long before hundreds of her 559k followers started commenting.

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Over 19,000 people liked the picture, with fans saying, 'you are so alike. I can't wait for a hug with mine it's been awful!' and 'you guys are the double of each other!' A third comment read, 'spitting image of one another!'

Jools has been married to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver since 2000, and is also mum to Poppy, 19, Petal, 11, Buddy, 10 and four-year-old River.

It has been a busy year for the family, with Jamie announcing his new book Together and Jools launching a new fashion collection for children.

The mum-of-five first released a collection for children in 2012, called Little Bird, and now the designer has joined forces with Next to bring the brand back to life.

Speaking to Hello!, Jools said, 'My children totally inspire me in everything I do. They all absolutely love clothes, and they think it's really cool that I have my own collection!'

We can expect more rainbows, witty slogans, sun-soaked colours and fab detailing that everyone loves. This time round, however, there is a slight twist and as well as taking inspiration from classic 70’s design, Jools is also tapping into the retro treasure trove that is the 80’s.

Little Bird x Next is available to shop now.

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