Sally Dynevor posts rare snaps of daughter Hattie who looks just like Bridgerton sister

Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor has shared rare photos of her youngest daughter Hattie – who looks just like her Bridgerton star sister Phoebe.

The actress, who plays Sally Metcalfe in the ITV soap, posted snaps of “my girls” during a trip to New York.

One pic shows megastar Phoebe, 27, holding 18-year-old Hattie’s hand as they crossed the road drinking smoothies.

Another shows Hattie – who looks like a model – posing in a hotel room with her famous mum as they try on the same jacket.

More photo’s on Sally’s Instagram show Hattie sitting in a restaurant looking the spitting image of big sister Phoebe.

Her proud mum captioned the post: “Has to be one of my favourite pictures of @hattiedynevorr.”

Fans were quick to react on the photo with many commenting on the strong family resemblance.

One wrote: “Oh my goodness!! Sooo beautiful and soo photogenic. Like her mama.”

Another said: “I thought that was Phoebe, they’re so alike.”

“She is stunning and so like Phoebe,” a third commented, while a fourth added: “Oh good grief… can your children be ANY more gorgeous.”

It is not known what career path Hattie wants to take just yet – as she only turned 18 in December – but her Instagram has Revolution Talent listed as a contact.

The talent agency is based in central London and represents actors, writers, directors and producers.

This suggests young Hattie could be about to follow her big sister – who shot to fame in Netflix series Bridgerton – and her soap star mum into the acting business.

Although judging from her Instagram snaps, the teenager also has the potential to become a model.

Big sister Phoebe has already starred in beauty campaigns and been pictured with supermodels like Kate Moss, so could Hattie follow in her footsteps?

Before Phoebe landed her big break on raunchy period drama Bridgerton, she revealed she had almost given up on acting.

In an exclusive chat with The Mirror, she revealed after failing to land a part after nine months of Hollywood auditions she had already booked a flight back home.

But then she got one last call – and the natural chemistry she found with co-star Regé-Jean Page turned her into one of the biggest female leads on Netflix.

Recalling the moment which would change her life forever, Phoebe said: ““I’d been living in LA for nine months.

“I was ready to go home – sort of throw in the towel – and see the fam for a bit. I had two suitcases filled with all my things.

“Then I got a call saying, ‘Can you come in and read with Regé next week?’ So I was like, ‘That’s annoying because I’ve got to move my flight. I hope it pays off’.

“I didn’t think anything of it. Then the next day they were like, ‘ Netflix will pay for your flight back to London as you’ve got to be in rehearsals on Monday’. It was a really crazy whirlwind.”

Before that Phoebe had starred in BBC drama Waterloo Road but is now set to become one of the biggest stars in Hollywood after landing roles in several upcoming films.