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Tragic star Anna Nicole Smith's lookalike daughter Dannielynn showed up at the Kentucky Derby in a gorgeous floral dress looking like the spitting image of her mum.

Dannielynn was at the 148th famous annual horse race in Louisville with her dad Larry Birkhead where she teamed her floral frock with an enormous blue headpiece.

Larry posted a sweet picture of the pair on Instagram as well as one of Anna, remarking how like her mother 15-year-old Dannielynn looked.

He said: “Saw this pic of Anna and thought Dannielynn looked like her twin!”

Anna Nicole died aged 39 from an accidental overdose. She was a socialite, model and actress famous for getting married to billionaire J. Howard Marshall when she was just 26 and he was 89.

He died a year later.

Anna, who was reportedly addicted to prescription medication, claimed that Dannielynn was the daughter of her lawyer and partner Howard K. Stern. However, Larry refuted this.

Other men also claimed to be Dannielynn’s father as according to California law, they could then be entitled to some of Anna Nicole’s fortune.

However, a paternity test in 2007 revealed that Larry was her biological dad. He and Anna Nicole dated for about seven months, on and off, he said.

Meanwhile, a new documentary about the life and tragic death of model and Hollywood star Anna Nicole Smith is soon to air on streaming channel Netflix.

The documentary, which is yet to be titled and does not yet have a release date, will focus on Anna Nicole Smith's life trying to balance fame with motherhood, featuring never before seen footage of the star.

The film is described as "A revelatory feature-length documentary about Anna Nicole Smith, featuring never-before-seen footage of the iconic Playboy and Guess jeans model, who blazed a trail through the '90s before her tragic death at the age of 39."

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