We know that Pearl Lowe's clan has a knack for style - but we were surprised to see her youngest child Betty make her debut in the family business this weekend.
Lowe showcased her seventh capsule collection for Peacocks at the Vintage Festival at London's South Bank yesterday and the catwalk offering included a children's line for the budget high street chain. But Lowe didn't take all the credit for the goods displayed on the catwalk - apparently she created the range with the help of her five-year-old daughter.
The autumn/winter designs, which featured oodles of lace, velvet and nods to Victoriana, were showcased on ballet dancers, who preened and pirouetted down the catwalk. Betty also made a catwalk appearence alongside big sister Daisy.
And although we realise that the notion of Betty designing a fashion collection should be taken with a pinch of salt, answer us this: if a footballer possesses the technical and creative design know-how to create a fashion collection - why can't a five-year-old child?