EASTENDERS’ Maisie Smith has stunned fans with an incredible gym throwback selfie.
The actor – who plays Tiffany Baker in the BBC soap – looks incredible in her gym outfit from when people were allowed to go to gyms.
She posted the picture to her Instagram story adding the words: “Get me back to the gym.”
It comes days after she left fans shocked after they mistook her mum for her sister.
The actress, 18, shared a series of pictures on Instagram as the mother-daughter pair posed for her 570,000 followers.
Maisie and her fellow red-head mum Julia smiled side-by-side, as she captioned the clip: “We found good lighting and had a photo shoot.”
However, fans were struck by how alike they looked – with some even suggesting they could be sisters.
One fan wrote: “Stunning!!!! You look like sisters!” and another added: “Sisters?”
Two other fans said: “Twins” and “Like Twins”.
Maisie does have a sister – older sibling Scarlett.
The BBC soap star has been keeping her fans updated with her life as she lives in her parents’ home in Westcliff, Essex.
She often ropes her mum into dancing videos to keep her followers entertained.
The young actress opened up about wanting to stay in EastEnders for as long as June Brown, who has played Dot Cotton for more than 30 years.
Also, she has her heart set on landing the soap’s most iconic role, landlord of the Queen Vic pub.
She believes she shares the characteristics of two of the pub’s stalwarts — Barbara Windsor’s Peggy Mitchell and battleaxe Shirley Carter, played by Linda Henry.
Speaking to HOAR in April, Maisie said: “There would be a lot of pressure. All of the landlords are such iconic characters on the show and I’d have to live up to the hype.
“But I would love to give it a go and I think I’d do a good job. It’s a big aim for me. I’ve got the sass of Peggy and the roughness of Shirley. I’d be perfect.”
Maisie, 18, joined the show when she was just six years old as Tiffany Butcher, the on-screen daughter of Bianca Jackson and Ricky Butcher, played by Patsy Palmer and Sid Owen.
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