‘Young and the Restless’ Beth Maitland’s Daughter Looks like Mom’s Angelic Twin in a New Photo
Beth Maitland shared a snapshot of herself alongside her daughter, who looks a spitting image of the “Young and the Restless” actress.
Maitland took to Instagram a couple of weeks ago to post an adorable photo of herself and her daughter, Emelia Banninger. The post proves just how much alike the duo are in terms of their looks.
In the photo, both Maitland and Banninger sport a beautiful smile, which is one of the first things that strike as being similar between them.
Additionally, their blonde locks are also parted at a side in a similar fashion, and they have both chose a similar shade of lipstick for their lips.
Anyone looking at the snapshot would most definitely make the likely connection and spot the closeness.
Several fans took to the comments section to point this out, many of whom were other celebrities as well.
Emmy-winning actress Lauralee Bell wrote, “Your closeness is so wonderfully clear! Nothing better.” Similarly, Eileen Davidson, Tracey Bregman, and Michael Damian were other celebrities who commented.
Some of the other fans of the actress also wrote about the surprising likeness that the mother-daughter duo share.Instagram user, “aggiegmom” wrote, “Like mother like daughter! You girls are beautiful! She looks just like you Beth!”
Similarly, another user, “richmondborn” wrote that Banninger looked just as beautiful “like her momma,” and pointed out, “Could she look any more like you?”
Recently, the proud mother spoke about the meaning of motherhood for her in an exclusive interview with Soaps In Depth.
She explained that the bond between them was a “celebration of the miracle of continuance.”
“When my own mother was alive, I didn’t really understand why she was so adamant about spending the day together,” she stated, speaking about her increasing appreciation for Mother’s Day.
Banninger is Maitland’s only daughter with ex-husband Christopher Banninger. The couple ended their 26 years of marriage, allegedly due to ‘irreconcilable differences.’