EastEnders’ Maisie Smith wows in tiny crop top as she dances with lookalike mum

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EastEnders star Maisie Smith sent her followers into meltdown as she performed a dance routine with her mum, who looks exactly like her.

The EastEnders cast members, 18, danced along to a song with her mum before they turned it into a coronavirus skit, leaving fans in hysterics.

Maisie donned a tiny black crop-top with a zip-up design and long sleeves, which flaunted her tiny waist as she lifted her arms up above her head.

Leaving her long red hair loose, Maisie looked gorgeous as she smouldered for the camera for the routine, while her mum kept up with the moves.

This comes after Maisie opened up about having body dysmorphia at the age of 13, as she sang about it in a self-penned song.

Maisie showed off her toned abs as she danced for the camera with her lookalike mum

In the clip which was uploaded to her social media, she sang: “When I was little I would look in the mirror, holding in my stomach wishing that I was thinner.

“Guess I had a case of body dysmorphia – and I still haven’t shaken it off.”

She continued: “Things were getting heavy, that’s what the scales told me.

“Only 13 years old, wiping the tears of my cheeks, it felt like no-one else around me really understood.”

Maisie and her mum looked like they were having a whale of a time

The NHS describe body dysmorphia as “mental health condition where a person spends a lot of time worrying about flaws in their appearance” – crucially these “flaws” are unnoticeable to anyone else, and are typically related to weight.

Maisie captioned the video: “If you’re feeling particularly down at the moment – don’t worry you’re not alone.

“It’s a scary time right now and tbh my anxiety is hitting the roof. Been feeling a bit trapped in my thoughts so I wrote this yesterday to heal my mind.

“I am so thankful to be home and well, I hope we all come out of this together; stronger.”

Maisie spoke about battling body dysmorphia in an emotional self-penned song

Her co-stars rushed to share their praise, as Danielle Harold, who plays Lola Pearce said: “Yesss,” with a red love heart.

Louisa Lytton, who plays Ruby Aleen, wrote: “I could listen to you all day.”

EastEnders continues on Monday at 8pm on BBC.

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