Rochelle Humes looks like daughter Alaia in his childhood throwback snaps.
The 31-year-old singer shared photos of herself from her childhood on Instagram with 2.1 million followers.
While listening to her Instagram story, Rochelle uploaded a lovely photo of her wearing Mickey Mouse pajamas, put her hand on her head and smiled at the camera.
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“Baby Roch ..” Rochelle recorded his throwback scene when he was a young girl.
In the picture, you can see how little minimi the three mothers have to their eldest daughter Alaia-Mai (7 years old).
Eagle-eyed fans informed her of her and Alaia similarities through Rochelle’s social media.
One Instagramgrammer wrote about a snapshot of the duo in pigtails and pajamas on his head: “It’s twice as good as a mummy like this.”
Another fan posted a red love heart with the words “Like Mom!”.
Followers also erupted about the lovely video Rochelle shared herself with dancing Alaia.
In the video, This Morning host said, “She’s my best friend. It messes up her, messes up me too. You mess me up and you mess her up. You mess us up.
Her sweet eldest daughter adds “Run” before dancing to her resemble mother.
One fan commented on “Love this Roch. How big is the lie?!”
Another fan said, “Mother’s daughter is the goal! I love it!”
Rochelle also shares daughter Valentina, three- and five-month-old son Blake with her husband, Marvin Humes, 35 years old.
The news of the first son’s arrival was announced in This Morning by Rochelle’s delighted co-stars Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
“I hope she sees it now. This morning we are very excited to introduce a new member of the family, Blake Hampton Humes,” Phillip said.
Rochelle, who gained fame in the girl group’Saturday’, revealed the reality of having to go homeschool when she was a busy three.
With a photo of himself spending time with coffee, Rochelle wrote, “I had to get out of the home school confusion….”
Added: “The witchcraft of work and school is real..”