Rochelle Humes and daughter Alaia prove they're the ultimate TikTok duo in adorable video

Kimberley Bond
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The nation may be starting to twiddle their thumbs after being advised to stay indoors, but Rochelle Humes is having a whale of a time at home.

The presenter and singer, 31, has got stuck into TikTok, performing hilarious and adorable routines with her eldest daughter Alaia-Mai, six.

Posting one of their challenges on Instagram, Rochelle shared a video of the pair miming along to sassy conversation.

Speaking to her daughter, Rochelle asks: “Do you have Instagram? Snapchat? What do you have?"

With a perfectly timed hair-flip, Alaia responds, “A life!” before coming towards the camera with a cheeky grin.

Rochelle jokingly captioned the post: “Dang…Mama got told…”

This isn’t the first time Rochelle and Alaia have shown themselves to be the ideal Tik Tok double act, with the pair previously showing off their dance moves to Tik Tok anthem Right Foot, Then Left Foot in a cute synchronised routine.

On Instagram, Rochelle captioned the video: “Oh God…I’m a Tik Tok Mama…”

Other members of Rochelle’s family have also starred in her Tik Tok videos, including her lookalike sisters Lili, 23, and Love Island star Sophie, 21.

The three of them lip-synced and danced to the song Uno by Ambjaay.

And it seems her husband Marvin may be about to feature on camera, with Rochelle announcing she’s going to cut his hair live on Instagram.

“It's been a dream of mine to cut my Husband's hair and give him a shape up for YEARS,” she wrote.

“Sooooo...tomorrow I will attempt a cut…Just call me Rochy Cuts!”

Rochelle isn’t the only celebrity who has turned to Tik Tok while in isolation – Ariana Grande, Cardi B and Demi Lovato have all turned to the short-video platform to entertain themselves and their fans.

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