Vernon Kay was a proud father as attended a film premiere with his 18 year old daughter Phoebe by his side – who looks just like her mum, Tess Daly.
TV presenter Vernon, 48, and Strictly Come Dancing host Tess, 53, are parents to Phoebe, and 13 year old daughter Amber, however, it was just Vernon and Phoebe who attended the John Wick: Chapter 4 in London on Monday night.
As he stood happily beside his daughter, new BBC Radio 2 presenter Vernon looked dapper in a dark polo neck top and jeans with a suede jacket over the top as he wrapped his arm around Phoebe.
The 18 year old looked stunning in a pair of shiny split-hem leather trousers, a white ruched top and strappy black heels.
She showed off her long blonde locks – which she's clearly inherited from mum Tess – and her makeup was perfectly-applied, with lashings of mascara and a pop of pink gloss on her lips.
Back in October, proud parents Vernon and Kay celebrated Phoebe's milestone 18th birthday, as they gushed about their eldest daughter on Instagram.
Tess shared a number of sweet snaps of Phoebe, as she wrote: "Where did the time go? Our little Phoebe is 18 today!
"Wishing you the happiest birthday! "We are so proud of you and can’t wait to celebrate this milestone with you.
"Love you to the moon & back."
Vernon shared the same first picture of Phoebe cuddling their dog, as he used the same words as his wife, but added: "The happiest Dad in the world," to his own post.
Phoebe is heading off to drama school soon, and Vernon recently opened up about it, as he reminded new parents to enjoy every moment of their children being young, as it's all over so soon.
He told MailOnline: "It's weird that Phoebe will soon be leaving home because it only feels like two minutes they were both in nappies.
"It's such a cliché and you don't take it on board at the time but both our parents told us to enjoy every minute and take lots of photographs because tomorrow they'll be at university and leaving home."
Vernon also spoke about how he and Tess want their children to have their own minds when it comes to their careers, and not spring-board off their parents' success.
He said: "We let them be independent when it comes to them and their futures because it's important that you allow them to find themselves, which is character building and personality development."
Vernon spoke about how the "silver spoon" and "life on a plate" for his children would be "contradictory" to how he and Tess want them to be.
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