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Rochelle Humes' daughter Alaia sends sweet message to Love Island's auntie Sophie

How cute is little Alaia?

Emmy Griffiths

Rochelle Humes' daughter has sent a sweet message to her auntie Sophie as she made her debut on the hugely popular show Love Island on Sunday night. Rochelle proudly shared two photos of Alaia's lovely message on Instagram, which read: "Go Sophie, you are the best, I love you. So much good luck. Go girl." The mum-of-two captioned the post: "Alaia has no idea what Love Island is but bless her she knows her Auntie isn't available for FaceTime and is away doing something that we need to support her for. Good luck tonight sis, enjoy yourself and find a nice boy."

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Rochelle shared her daughter's sweet message

Fans were quick to praise the six-year-old, with one writing: "Ahh this is so sweet, hope she does well," while another added: "Broke my heart. What a cutie." Sophie successfully coupled up with Connor during the first episode, and fans were quick to comment on just how much she resembled her big sister.

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One person tweeted: "Sophie really wasn’t lying when she said her & her sisters look the same," while another added: "I know they’re sisters, but Sophie looks scarily similar to Rochelle." People were also quick to joke about a conversation between Sophie and Connor, where she referenced her sister, with many viewers suggesting that she was hoping to tell her new flame about her famous sibling. Taking to Twitter, one fan tweeted: "I know Sophie was dying to drop that her sister is Rochelle Humes when she was talking about how she looks like her sisters." Another added: "When Sophie was talking about her family she was dying to say her sis was Rochelle, legit dropping hints 'me and my sisters are identical'. Surprised she didn't break into a Saturdays performance as a clue."

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