Like mother like daughters
Myleene Klass has proved her adorable daughters really are a chip off the old block.
When it came to picking their favourite authors to dress up as for World Book Day there wasn’t much competition.
Ava and Harper dressed in mini faux fur coats, floppy hats, and clutched designer handbags – just like their famous mum.
World Book Day happens every year and typically sees children dress up as characters from their favourite books.
The youngsters carried a book penned my Myleene entitled Things to Make and Do with Your Children: 150 Activities That You and Your Child Will Love.
We wonder if dressing the same is one of them?
The star posted adorable snaps of her girls all dressed up to Instagram, revealing the outfit was seven-year-old Ava’s choice, and she was quickly followed by Hero, three.
She said: "Guess who Ava’s going as! #worldbookday #minimama"
Myleene Klass outside the ITV studios
The snap showed her fancy dress ensemble all laid out including a leopard print dress, a pair of aviator sunglasses, and a coffee cup.
Replying to an Instagram comment where the youngster was described as "a little fashionista", Myleene said: "@cwoodhair all her idea….including the coffee! Too tooooooo cute!
She then shared a snap of her little girls walking down the street dressed in identical outfits.
The Classic FM presenter said: "And then there were two! #worldbookday #minimama", along with a laughing emoji.
Myleene recently caused controversy when she shared messages from mothers asking for a £10 donation towards gifts – alongside her very public online reply.
The controversial tweets sparked a row with mums at her daughter’s school but appearing on ITV’s Good Morning Britain yesterday the yummy mummy insisted she "doesn’t live by regrets".
And then there were two
She said: “There’s been so much that’s been said [about that]…
"For me, at the time I was in Nepal and that’s a real perspective builder so when everything was really full on and I was just literally holding dying babies and then when you see that and you’re looking at the mother’s eyes and you think ‘right, I’m here with Save the Children’ you want to save the children and not deal with that.”
When Ben Shephard asked if she regretted sending any of the tweets, she asked: “Do you live your life by regrets Ben?” and later added: “I don’t live by regrets.”