Jacqueline Jossa’s daughter Ella is her double as she shows off dancing skills in adorable video

It seems Jacqueline Jossa’s eldest daughter Ella could be keen to follow in her mum's footsteps as an adorable video shows her dancing and acting.

The clip shared by mum-of-two Jacqueline shows her four year old daughter performing in a room in her dramatics school, called the Jac Jossa Academy in Kent.

In the adorable footage, which Jacqueline, 27, posted on her Instagram story, Ella shows off her dancing and acting skills as she does an interpretive dance to the song Anything Worth Holding On to by Cynthia Erivo.

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Dressed for the part, the sweet little girl has her long brunette locks tied into a ponytail while she wears a pink leotard dress, which she paired with a pink ballet wrap top, pink tights and sweet little matching ballet pumps on her feet.

Dancing across the empty room, Ella oozes professionalism as she twirls and glides around the wooden floor in what appears to be a rehearsed routine.

Jacqueline is bound to he proud of her eldest daughter, whom she shares with her husband Dan Osborne, 28, as she comes from a showbiz background after playing the role of Lauren Branning in EastEnders from 2010 on-and-off until 2017.

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However, the TV star recently shared her fears over her daughters Ella and one year old Mia developing insecurities in the future, after some kids at her academy opened up about their confidence issues.

Speaking in a candid Instagram video earlier this month, Jacqueline explained her feelings after an exercise in one of her classes saw some of her “brilliant and talented” kids reveal their insecurities.

She explained: “Hearing some of these children – they are children – being insecure about their weight when they're tiny, being insecure about the way they look when their beautiful, being insecure about the things that they do and their talents because they don't think it's cool…

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“It was really difficult to hear and it sat with me and I haven't been able to let it go.”

She continued: “It's okay when it's me I think, when I have a moment where I'm insecure and stuff I think 'well I'm 27 I can deal with it'.

“When it's a 13 year old girl saying that they think they have too big hips and they don't like wearing tight clothes or whatever it maybe… It just sat with me. It made me feel really uncomfortable, made me feel really sad, made me feel like something needs to be done.”

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