Page 3 star Linda Lusardi, 62, poses with lookalike daughter Lucy in rare snap

PAGE 3 star Linda Lusardi posed for a rare photo with her lookalike daughter Lucy last night.

The strikingly similar pair glammed up for a night out together in London.

Linda, 62, found fame as one of Britain's best known Page 3 stars for The Sun in the 1980s.

At the Emerging Artists exhibition in London she posed for snaps and beamed with health and happiness – almost two years after fighting for her life with Covid.

The former Emmerdale star wore a silver V-neck jumper and black trousers with boots.

Her daughter Lucy Kane, 25 – who she shares with actor husband Sam Kane – mirrored her beauty with the same dazzling smile and almond shaped eyes.

Lucy may look familiar as she appeared on ITV's The Voice in 2017.

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The singer-songwriter wowed the coaches when she belted out a rendition of Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, originally recorded by The Shirelles.

Both Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale turned in a bid to get Lucy onto their team during her blind audition.

Performing from a young age, Lucy now works as a full-time model and actress after giving up her job at a Hertfordshire salon.

She often stars in Panto and is happy to do underwear modelling, but she has no plans to go topless.

She told The Sun: “I don’t have the assets for it like my mum, I’m not gonna lie.

“I think it’s great that women are confident enough to do it and it is what it is."

Meanwhile, Linda's health was of national concern at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 when she and husband Sam revealed her battle to beat the deadly bug.

The former Page 3 model caught the virus that March and was at "death's door."

Both Linda and Sam were in hospital with Covid but he was sent home after three days and not allowed back in to see his wife for some time.

"I went into meltdown thinking I would never see my wife again," he told Lorraine Kelly at the end of March 2020 after they had both recovered.

Sam was finally allowed to visit his wife but what he saw shook him to the core.

"When I walked through the door I thought she was gone, she looked like she was dead," he revealed.

Linda added at the time: "The doctor said to me you're 61 and we don't know what we're dealing with here and you might not make it.

Their son Jack, 22, had to see both of his parents being taken away in the ambulance "not knowing if we would ever come back".

Sam added: "It was so much stress and the kids didn't want to let us know how scared they were which was terrifying."

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