Newcastle legend Alan Shearer's daughter Hollie has wowed her followers in skintight top designed by Love Island star Gemma Owen.
Despite the ongoing feud between their former Newcastle team-mate fathers, Hollie wore the outfit which is part of Gemma's latest PrettyLittleThing collection.
Hollie's three snaps brought in thousands of likes in a matter of hours on her Instagram profile, with followers hailing both the aspiring singer and the garments.
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One reply said: "Almost as beautiful as the person wearing it. Looks great!" A second read: Lovely pic… amazing outfit… absolutely stunning…"
A third fan wrote: "Lovely picture of you Hollie thank you so much for sharing." A fourth then posted: "Outfit is beautiful but you look absolutely amazing in it."
A fifth agreed: "Wowza."
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Gemma has had collections with the fast-fashion retailer since starring on season eight of the ITV2 reality show where she finished as the runner-up with former partner Luca Bish.
Hollie is a star herself having a Spotify account with 15,000 monthly listeners, with her top song Leave Right Now having over a million streams.
The pair have no doubt brushed aside the feud between fathers Alan and Michael, who clashed on social media in 2021 over the latter's time at Newcastle.
The feud began with a row over Owen's professionalism during Shearer's short spell as manager, despite them once being good friends.
Back in 2021, when Owen said on BT Sport: "So all I did at the end my career for six or seven years, I hated it and couldn’t wait to retire."
Shearer tweeted: “Yes Michael, we thought that also, whilst on £120k a week…”
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