EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa posted a picture with her mother looking fresh faced and youthful during a photoshoot for her new brand Nixie.
With dewy complexions, light minimal makeup and tousled tresses, the mother-daughter duo smile for the camera whilst on set.
Jacqueline wrote: "Sorry but my mother is 65 and looks UNREAL! (She will kill me for saying this as she still pretends she’s like 49) Shoot today went AMAZING”.
It seems as though Jacqueline’s mother outshone Jacqueline herself in this post, with many of her fans in disbelief that her mother is 65.
Running to the comments to shout their praise, Jacqueline’s followers wrote: “She’s a stunner! Makes sense where you got your beauty from”, “Wow, look so young” and “Are you sure you haven’t got the numbers around the wrong way, you must have!”.
One fan even said: “If I looked this good at 65 I’d shout about it.”
Another said: “Hope I’m slaying it like your mum when I’m 65!”
Jacqueline, most known for playing Lauren Branning in Eastenders, has been very successful since her soap star days and is launching her new beauty brand after the trademark application was approved in April this year.
Nixie, Jossa’s newest venture looks set to include a number of cosmetic and beauty products including hair oils, body scrubs and lotions.
Nixie will operate under Ella Oil Ventures limited, a company she runs alongside her performing arts business EMJ Entertainments.
She also has a clothing line with fashion brand In The Style for which she was paid an initial sum of £500,000, although it's expected that she earnt more after the collections initial launch as it was their biggest launch ever.
The soap star, who was crowned Queen of the Jungle in 2019 on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, has recently moved into a £1.2 million luxury pad with her husband Dan Osborne and their two daughters.
The six bedroom house is undergoing renovations by the couple and even boasts a "make-up glam walk-in wardrobe room".
Her husband and ex TOWIE star Dan Osborne’s tattoo studio took a hit during the Covid-19 pandemic, and he was forced to shut up shop due to the nationwide UK lockdown. On the financial blow, Dan said: "People assume that because you've been on TV once, that you're rich. No! I have to make a living as well."
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