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Natalie Cassidy’s daughter uses her mother’s famous catchphrase

‘Just doing this now…’: Natalie Cassidy’s daughter Joanie, 4, unwittingly uses her mother’s famous catchphrase in cute clip as star calls for her to become a ‘toddler TV baker’

Natalie Cassidy has become quite famous for the catchphrase, ‘Just doing this now’ after comedienne Morgana Robinson parodied her on Very Important People.

And now the EastEnders star’s daughter Joanie, four, has unwittingly used the phrase while starring in a homemade baking video which Natalie shared on Instagram. 

Natalie, 37, found Morgana’s impression of her very funny and poked fun of it at the time and it seems the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to her youngest. 

‘Just doing this now…’: Natalie Cassidy’s daughter Joanie, 4, unwittingly used her mother’s famous catchphrase in a cute Instagram clip on Wednesday

'Morning!': Natalie playfully called for her youngest to become a 'toddler TV baker' as she revealed she had endured a sleepless night because her daughters kept coming into her room

‘Morning!’: Natalie playfully called for her youngest to become a ‘toddler TV baker’ as she revealed she had endured a sleepless night because her daughters kept coming into her room

In the video, Joanie, the daughter she shares with her cameraman fiancé Marc Humphreys, is rolling a ball of dough while making cookies. 

She said: ‘I’m making a maxi pancake. A maxi pancake is so good. It tastes so lovely. You water on it and just doing this first…’

It’s clear Natalie’s lookalike daughter is quite the star and she proudly captioned the clip with ‘Toddler TV baker anyone? 

'Just doing this now': Australian comedienne Morgana Robinson famously impersonated Natalie on Very Important People and Natalie was a fan of her work

‘Just doing this now’: Australian comedienne Morgana Robinson famously impersonated Natalie on Very Important People and Natalie was a fan of her work

Claim to fame: Natalie is most famous for playing Sonia Fowler in BBC hit soap, EastEnders (right)

Claim to fame: Natalie is most famous for playing Sonia Fowler in BBC hit soap, EastEnders (right) 

‘She’s amazing. She doesn’t stop talking – you won’t get an awkward moment.’ 

Natalie is also mother to daughter Eliza, 10. from a previous relationship. 

And in a separate video posted to Instagram Stories, Natalie shared that she had experienced a sleepless night after Eliza came in her room. 

She said: ‘The eldest came in and said, “Mum, because of my windows, the rain’s on there and I can’t sleep and she got into bed with me. 

Suffering: Natalie said her eldest daughter Eliza, 10, couldn't sleep because the rain was hitting her window

Suffering: Natalie said her eldest daughter Eliza, 10, couldn’t sleep because the rain was hitting her window 

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree: Joanie looked just like her mother as she made some cookies in the kitchen

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree: Joanie looked just like her mother as she made some cookies in the kitchen 

Quite the character: Super cute Joanie has clearly inherited her mother's love of performing in front of the camera

Quite the character: Super cute Joanie has clearly inherited her mother’s love of performing in front of the camera 

‘Then Marc came to bed at 1 and then they were arguing because Eliza wanted to sleep in our bed.

‘He put her to sleep in her bed, fell asleep in our bed, then she got back in and got into bed, with her feet in my face. Half past three I got to sleep. 

‘And then at 10 to 4, Joanie woke up with a bad dream. And then Eliza got into Joanie’s bed and Joanie was in our bed and then Marc’s alarm went off at six.

‘So no, I am not rushing [tp get up].’ 

Christmas cheer: Natalie with daughters Eliza and Joanie and one might guess that could be Marc dressed as an elf

Christmas cheer: Natalie with daughters Eliza and Joanie and one might guess that could be Marc dressed as an elf

Her love: Natalie pictured with BBC cameraman Marc dressed as himself

Her love: Natalie pictured with BBC cameraman Marc dressed as himself 

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