EASTENDERS star Samantha Womack revealed her daughter Lily's incredible singing talents as she battles breast cancer.
The 49-year-old, who is best known for playing Ronnie Mitchell on the BBC soap, shared her diagnosis last month as she paid tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John.
Lily, 17, belted out a rendition of Zero 7 by artist Home leaving her proud mum smiling.
The actress gushed over her daughter's pitch perfect talent and shared a clip of her performing the track while playing a guitar.
The sweet video comes after Samantha revealed her recent breast cancer diagnosis.
She announced her diagnosis while paying tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John, and has since undergone surgery.
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Sharing a picture of herself with the actress, who passed away at the age of 73, Samantha wrote: “This was the most magical of evenings.
“Olivia and Chloe had come to see Grease in London and we had dinner together afterwards. I was so excited and in awe, she was my childhood.”
Sam added: “I now start my own battle with this disease and am left feeling deeply moved. #OliviaNewtonJohn.”
Her followers sent her well wishes, with This Morning’s soap expert Sharon Marshall writing: “Wishing you love and strength ❤.”
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Another fan wrote: “Wishing you all the best with your treatment and recovery.”
While someone else added: “So sorry to hear this. Wishing you love and strength throughout your journey 😘💪🏻 xxx”
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Samantha made her EastEnders debut on on July 24, 2007, slipping into the skin of Ronnie Mitchell, a cousin of Walford tough man Phil, Grant and Sam.
Less than a decade later, Ronnie and Roxy Mitchell were given the chop.
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