Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's daughter is too cute for words - and you should see her outfit

How sweet is seven-year-old Delta?

Kristen Bell shared an adorable photo of her seven-year-old daughter Delta on Saturday, delighting fans with a rare glimpse of her youngest child.

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The Frozen star – who also raises daughter Lincoln, nine, with husband Dax Shepard – posted a sweet Instagram snapshot of her little girl, who was dressed as a Minion to mark the last day of school. Delta was pictured from behind, rocking a head-to-toe yellow outfit complete with a matching backpack from the popular Universal Pictures franchise.

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With her tousled, chin-length blonde bob, little Delta looked like her dad Dax. How sweet!

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Kristen, 41, and Dax, 47, seldom post photos of their offspring, choosing to keep their faces off their social media profiles, so the rare snap was a treat for fans.

Netflix favourite Kristen also recently shared a sweet clip of her family having the best time in the swimming pool together.

Kristen posted a sweet photo of daughter Delta

The trio attempted to recreate a scene from Top Gun as proud mom Kristen watched on.

Dax and Kristen are also extremely down-to-earth and despite being major Hollywood stars, the pair famously got married for the grand sum of $147.

The Ranch star Dax told The Knot that they prioritized spending money on other things and already felt like a married couple, so they felt no need to splash the cash on a lavish ceremony.

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"We did not want a wedding," Dax said. "We spent a hundred bucks at the courthouse.

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"The last thing we wanted to do was take something and add stress – 'Who's invited? What's for dinner?' Since we’d rather buy a family member a house."

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