Poppie and Daisie Boyes are living every little girl’s dream and are enjoying their time in the spotlight.
Six year old Poppie and her ten year old sister Daisie have won a number of modeling and acting roles in their short careers.
Both the girls have modeled for the Marks and Spencer’s website and Poppie has just filmed an advert for Asda.
Daisie has had small parts in the films the Iron Lady and Captain America and the BBC1 adaptation of Great Expectations over Christmas.
Performing is in their blood as their mother Sharon Braybook was a model, who appeared on Jim Davidson’s Generation Game on BBC1 and their dad Peter Boyes was in the boyband Contact in the nineties.
Daisie starred in her first photoshoot when she was only six weeks old.
Sharon, 41, said: “Daisie and Poppie love being pampered and wearing nice clothes. It is every little girl’s dream.
“Hopefully, the hard work and busy life we have will be a good grounding for them.”
The girls go to Stagestruck Academy, in Frinton, fopr training four times a week.
Sharon said that the girls’ school, St George’s Primary School, in Great Bromley, has been very supportive: “When we have to do things during school time I take their work with me and we do it on the train.
“My background of modelling has helped me know which agents are good and how to get work for Poppie and Daisie, but Starstruck Academy is brilliant. The girls learn theatre, singing and dancing, and really enjoy it.
“Poppie will get so much out of it because she is quiet, but her confidence is growing all the time. I am proud of them.”