SARA Davies thrilled fans when she sweet snap of her rarely seen lookalike sister, as they enjoyed a wine and cheese night at home.
The Dragons' Den entrepreneur, 37, is enjoying some time off, after her Strictly journey came to an end a few weeks ago.
Taking to Instagram Sara posted the adorable picture of her sister, Helen Johnson, after she popped around "to watch Strictly".
In the sweet snap, Helen can be seen with a glass of prosecco and an incredible cheese platter.
Sara wrote on the photo: "When your sister turns up to watch Strictly with you."
She then added: "I really don't need another night of prosecco and cheese, but then it would be rude not to."
Like her famous sister, Helen is also a businesswoman, and last week Sara revealed that her sis had won an award, after taking over the family business.
Sharing her joy she wrote: "Just brilliant! My sister Helen Johnson and hubby Matthew Goddard won Best Family Run Business for the North East at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards & Community 2021 on Monday night 🎉
"Our Helen took over the family business after my mam and dad retired in 2015.
"When I was growing up, mam and dad were so dedicated to their customers they’d be up mixing paint for customers at the crack of dawn.
"Helen and Matthew have definitely taken that same spirit to transform it into the most fantastic, customer-focused business.
"It fills me with so much happiness to see the family business still going and stronger than ever.
"Craft, creativity and determination definitely run in the family! Huge congratulations guys! I’m so pleased and proud of you both 💜."
KEEPING TO A BUDGET
Meanwhile, earlier this month it was revealed how rich Sara – who is worth a whopping £37million – had previously admitted to being "tight" and always searching for supermarket bargains.
In an earthed conversation with the Sunday People, Sara said: “Growing up, if something was reduced with a big sticker on it in Asda, we would call it a ‘whoopsie’.
"Smoked salmon was my mum’s favourite thing but in our house we would only ever buy it if it was ‘on whoopsie’ and greatly reduced.
"I grew up thinking smoked salmon was as luxurious as it gets in the food market.
“To this day, with all the money I have, I will only ever buy smoked salmon in the supermarket if it is on offer.
The mum-of-two also shuns luxurious holidays for camping holidays like she enjoyed in her childhood.
Sara takes Oliver and Charlie on UK trips with her parents – despite having the money to splash the cash on something more extravagant.
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