Danniella’s Westbrook’s lookalike daughter Jodie, 19, reminds fans of how her mum used to look in Eastenders in striking snap in which she poses with blonde fringe
Danniella Westbrook’s daughter Jodie is the spitting image of her mum when she played Sam Mitchell in Eastenders.
The mum-of-two, 47, played the Mitchell sister from 1990 until 2016 on the BBC soap.
In the stunning snap Jodie sports long blonde hair and floppy fringe with fans quick to point out the family resemblance.
One said: “Looking so much like your gorgeous mother at how she used to look at that age”.
Another added: “Spitting image of your beautiful mum, you’re both gorgeous.”
A third gushed: “So pretty, and just like your beautiful mum”.
The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! contestant shares Jodie with her ex-husband Kevin Jenkins.
Danniella and her daughter have had a difficult relationship with the actress previously revealing on the Jeremy Vine show that Jody had been living with her father.
While they hadn’t communicated in a long time, the 47-year-old confessed that her ‘gorgeous’ and ‘brilliant’ daughter was in a ‘safer and much better environment’ and was doing well in college.
Danniella is also mum to her 23-year-old son Kai, who she shares with her ex boyfriend, Robert Fernandez.
Speaking on Kai’s podcast, she said: “It’s caused you nothing but heartache and pain.
“It’s about consistency, love, nurturing, and stability. I haven’t always given you that. All right, I was clean for 14 years. But before that your life was s***.
“I’m not going to beat around the bush. You might have looked like you had everything in the world, but your life was s*** because I wasn’t present.”
The former EastEnders actress couldn’t leave her house and started feeling depressed.
She left her house for the first time last month and opened up about having a ‘great day’ after a rough few weeks.
Taking to her Instagram Stories she told her followers: “So I had a great day at Friends Fest after coming out of Covid and literally a week and half of depression.
“It was severe, severe depression, I was literally getting out of bed just to eat and sometimes not even to wash.
“It was much needed that I got up and went out today and a huge thank you to my good mate Kelli Hollis and her family for coming to get me and making me leave the house, get up and get my s**t together.
She added: “Depression is in all of us and none of us can escape it, it’s just how it manifests sometimes.
“For me, it’s particularly bad since I had Covid, but I feel like I have turned the corner so thank you guys. Thanks to my kids for their support, they have been on the end of the phone 24/7.”