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Maya Jama, 26, shares snaps of her stunning lookalike mum Sadie, 44

Maya Jama has shared a stunning snap of her lookalike mother Sadie, 44, to Instagram on Thursday.

The presenter, 26, was filming scenes in her hometown of Bristol alongside YouTuber Chunkz, when she turned the camera around to her gorgeous parent.

And Maya’s mother was sure to turn heads with her youthful appearance, with Sadie flashing a glimpse of her toned midriff in a white shirt tied at the waist.

Age-defying: Maya Jama has shared a stunning snap of her lookalike mother Sadie, 44, to Instagram on Thursday

Her mum also slipped into ripped skinny jeans as she supported her famous daughter on her latest project.

Maya had mostly documented her antics with Chunkz on the day, but briefly shared a shot of her mum, writing alongside the clip: ‘Mum’s here’.

In August last year, Maya left fans amazed as she shared a jaw-dropping photo of her mother looking incredible in a bikini. 

Good genes: The presenter, 26, was filming scenes in her hometown of Bristol alongside YouTuber Chunkz, when she turned the camera around to her gorgeous parent

Good genes: The presenter, 26, was filming scenes in her hometown of Bristol alongside YouTuber Chunkz, when she turned the camera around to her gorgeous parent

The Crouchy’s Year Late Euros star proved that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, as she stunned fans with a sizzling snap of her mother posing on a beach on her Instagram Stories.  

Sadie wore a khaki halter-neck bikini top, mismatched with a pair of skimpy orange bottoms, as she showcased her toned midriff and long legs.

She wore her hair swept up off her face into a bun and finished the look with a pair of sunglasses, to shield her eyes from the sun’s rays.

Looking good: And Maya's mother was sure to turn heads with her youthful appearance, with Sadie flashing a glimpse of her toned midriff in a white shirt tied at the waist

Looking good: And Maya’s mother was sure to turn heads with her youthful appearance, with Sadie flashing a glimpse of her toned midriff in a white shirt tied at the waist

Maya captioned the snap: ‘My mum out here s***ting on everyone.’ 

Maya previously shared a glimpse at her ageless mum earlier that year,  posting a picture of them together on a job. 

She captioned the post: ‘Bring your mum to work day today. Had so much fun on @mrs.brownsboysofficial coming sooon & I know she looks like my sister. Gene game [strong].’ 

The star has opened up about her relationship with her mum in the past, telling the Evening Standard: ‘She had me at 18, so our relationship was a bit different. I rebelled less because I was quite free.

Wow! In August last year, Maya left fans amazed as she shared a jaw-dropping photo of her mother looking incredible in a bikini

Wow! In August last year, Maya left fans amazed as she shared a jaw-dropping photo of her mother looking incredible in a bikini

We're not sisters! It's not the first time Maya has shared a glimpse at her ageless mum, as earlier this year she posted a picture of them together on a job

We’re not sisters! It’s not the first time Maya has shared a glimpse at her ageless mum, as earlier this year she posted a picture of them together on a job

Proud parents: Back in 2018, Maya tweeted a snapshot of her mother Sadie and father Hussein

Proud parents: Back in 2018, Maya tweeted a snapshot of her mother Sadie and father Hussein

‘My mum’s always been like, “I want you to have your experiences — just tell me. I’m not going to judge you or shout at you.”‘ 

Elsewhere, in April, Maya revealed that growing up without her father present was not something she ‘sat at home and cried about’ in a new interview with Marie Claire.

The TV presenter’s dad spent much of her childhood in and out of prison for various sentences but Maya told how anything that seemed sad in her life, she would make a joke out of.

She said: ‘Anything that seems tragic or could make people feel sorry for me, I make a joke out of. I guess it’s because I’m OK with it. I’ve accepted it and I don’t want you making me feel like you’re sorry for me. 

Strong: Elsewhere, in April, Maya revealed that growing up without her father present was not something she 'sat at home and cried about'

Strong: Elsewhere, in April, Maya revealed that growing up without her father present was not something she ‘sat at home and cried about’

‘If people said, ‘Where’s your dad?’ I’d say, ‘Oh, he’s in jail’ and I’d laugh about it. It wasn’t something I sat at home and cried about.’

Maya added that she enjoys a good relationship with her stepfather and is grateful she got to see a ‘loving relationship’ play out between him and her mother Sadie.

She said: ‘When I was 10, my mum met my stepfather and he is the loveliest man. So I got to see a loving relationship, which I think is what can affect young women growing up without a dad – not experiencing love first-hand and seeing how a healthy relationship should be. Dad wasn’t around, but I had all the love I needed from elsewhere.’ 

Moved on: 'Anything that seems tragic or could make people feel sorry for me, I make a joke out of. I guess it's because I'm OK with it. I've accepted it and I don't want you making me feel like you're sorry for me'

Moved on: ‘Anything that seems tragic or could make people feel sorry for me, I make a joke out of. I guess it’s because I’m OK with it. I’ve accepted it and I don’t want you making me feel like you’re sorry for me’


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