Escape to the Chateau fans stunned by appearance of Dick and Angel's daughter in new family pic | The Sun

ESCAPE to the Chateau fans were left stunned by the recent appearance of Dick and Angel Strawbridge's daughter in a new family picture posted on social media.

Instagram users have spotted a striking resemblance between Angel Strawbridge and her daughter Dorothy. 

A recent post shared on the Strawbridge's Instagram page showed a precious new family photo of Dick harvesting apples with his two children, Arthur and  Dorothy.

In the picture, the 64-year-old dad held a large green apple to his daughter's grinning head to compare the sizes while his son looked on.

The trio were seen having fun in their magical Walled Gardens, and followers of the Escape the Chateau stars couldn't help but notice that Dorothy is the spitting image of her mum.

They penned the caption: "Hello to you on this Terrific Tuesday! We had so many lovely comments on our apple harvest pictures that we had to share the footage with you!"

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The couple also shared a link to the video and continued: "Honestly, you just never stop learning! Dick & Angel."

Eager fans couldn't wait to express their amazement at how much little Dorothy resembles her mother as one wrote: "Your daughter is turning into a beautiful young lady and in the image of her mum. Miss you on the TV."

Another added: "Oh, Dorothy is the image of her mama."

A third echoed: "Lovely photo! Dorothy is the spitting image of Angel now!"

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A fourth followed: "Your darling girl looks like her beautiful mummy," while a fifth said: "Oh my goodness! Dorothy looks just like her mother. 

"Such a lovely young girl."

The former Channel 5 stars have always had a close bond and during an interview with HELLO! Mag Angel told them that while her "path was always driven by business, " she aimed to create a world where her and Dick could work from home so that they could be with their children every day. 

She explained: "This has worked, and seeing Arthur and Dorothy happy, open, generous and kind makes our hearts sing (said the biased mummy!)." 

She went on to say that being parents "is everything" to her and Dick.

Angel stated: "I always plan with Arthur and Dorothy in mind."

The 45-year-old also expressed that being parents "is everything" to her and her husband.

She added: "I always plan with Arthur and Dorothy in mind.

"Like most parents, we want them to have the best start in life with good values, a positive outlook and for them to see the world as a place full of adventure and opportunity."

The family of four will soon be travelling across the channel to the UK for their book launch, which starts this October.

The couple and their children will take to the stage for two "exclusive and intimate evenings" at The Bristol Hippodrome on 22 October and The London Barbican on 23 October. 

Earlier this year, Dick and Angel announced the launch of their tour and teased their 335k followers with what to expect.

They wrote: "Joining us on stage will be Arthur and Dorothy (yes, outfit planning has already commenced!).

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"We'll all be reading extracts from the book, chatting about the creative process of putting pen to paper, sharing memories, funny tales, and pictures that didn't make it to print."

The Strawbridge's have also planned a UK theatre show titled Forever Home (avec le nitty gritty), which is set for 2024.

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