EastEnders’ Maisie Smith posts TikTok video with lookalike mum Julie

The stars have all been jumping on the TikTok dance craze while in isolation.

And it was EastEnders actress Maisie Smith’s turn to show off her moves on the video sharing platform on Wednesday, posting a fun dancing clip with her lookalike mum Julie.

The 18-year-old star showed off her abs in a crop top and workout leggings as she executed a step-perfect routine.

Bust a move: It was EastEnders actress Maisie Smith's turn to show off her moves on TikTok on Wednesday, posting a fun dancing clip with her lookalike mum Julie

Bust a move: It was EastEnders actress Maisie Smith's turn to show off her moves on TikTok on Wednesday, posting a fun dancing clip with her lookalike mum Julie

Bust a move: It was EastEnders actress Maisie Smith’s turn to show off her moves on TikTok on Wednesday, posting a fun dancing clip with her lookalike mum Julie

It was plain to see that good genes run in the family thanks to mum Julie, who looked more like her sister.

Wearing a red blouse and blue denim jeans, Julie boasts the same red curls and bronzed complexion as her daughter. 

Maisie and Julie began their video by poking their tongues out at the camera, before launching into the energetic moves. 

As they reached the end, Maisie’s mum lets out an almighty sneeze, prompting her daughter to look at her in disgust due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Double trouble: It was plain to see that good genes run in the family thanks to mum Julie, who looked more like her sister

Double trouble: It was plain to see that good genes run in the family thanks to mum Julie, who looked more like her sister

Double trouble: It was plain to see that good genes run in the family thanks to mum Julie, who looked more like her sister

High energy: The 18-year-old star showed off her abs in a crop top and workout leggings as she executed a step-perfect routine

High energy: The 18-year-old star showed off her abs in a crop top and workout leggings as she executed a step-perfect routine

High energy: The 18-year-old star showed off her abs in a crop top and workout leggings as she executed a step-perfect routine

Maisie is currently quarantined at home with her family at home since the UK went into lockdown. 

The actress, who joined EastEnders as Tiffany Butcher aged seven, shared a beautiful self-penned song with her followers earlier this week,

Maisie opened up about her battle with body dysmorphia in the lyrics, admitting she remembers ‘wishing she was thinner’ from a young age. 

Lookalikes: Wearing a red blouse and blue denim jeans, Julie boasts the same red curls and bronzed complexion as her daughter

Lookalikes: Wearing a red blouse and blue denim jeans, Julie boasts the same red curls and bronzed complexion as her daughter

Lookalikes: Wearing a red blouse and blue denim jeans, Julie boasts the same red curls and bronzed complexion as her daughter

Maisie said that she has been feeling ‘anxious’ and ‘trapped in her thoughts’ while in isolation she penned the song in a bid to ‘heal her mind’.

The song began: ‘When I was little I would look in the mirror, holding in my stomach wishing that I was thinner. 

Suggesting it is something she struggles with, Maisie added: ‘Guess I had a case of body dysmorphia – and I still haven’t shaken it off.’

Bless you! As they reached the end, Maisie's mum lets out an almighty sneeze, prompting her daughter to look at her in disgust due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Bless you! As they reached the end, Maisie's mum lets out an almighty sneeze, prompting her daughter to look at her in disgust due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Bless you! As they reached the end, Maisie’s mum lets out an almighty sneeze, prompting her daughter to look at her in disgust due to the COVID-19 pandemic

‘Things were getting heavy, that’s what the scales told me. Only 13 years old, wiping the tears of my cheeks, it felt like no-one else around me really understood.’

Body dysmorphia, is a mental health condition where a person spends a lot of time worrying about flaws in their appearance, according the the NHS website.

Addressing her fans during the coronavirus pandemic, Maisie wrote that they ‘weren’t alone’ if they are feeling ‘down’ at the moment.

Honest: Earlier this week, Maisie opened up about her battle with body dysmorphia in an emotional self-penned song which she shared on her Instagram account

Honest: Earlier this week, Maisie opened up about her battle with body dysmorphia in an emotional self-penned song which she shared on her Instagram account

Honest: Earlier this week, Maisie opened up about her battle with body dysmorphia in an emotional self-penned song which she shared on her Instagram account

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