CHLOE Sims was all smiles as she posed with her daughter Madison, 16, outside the New Wimbledon Theatre last night.
The mother and daughter donned matching all-black looks as they got into the festive spirit and watched the Dick Whittington pantomime.
Chloe Sims posed with her daughter Madison outside the New Wimbledon Theatre last nightCredit: Splash News
The Towie star, 40, braved the chilly temperatures in an all-black ensembleCredit: Splash News
The Towie star, 40, looked glamorous as she draped a tuxedo jacket over her shoulders and swept her hair into a sleek ponytail.
Complementing her mum, Madison looked chic in a faux fur coat and wore her hair in a straight style.
Chloe’s daughter Maddie is slowly becoming a regular on the ITVBe reality show.
Since joining the programme in 2011, the mum-of-one initially made the choice to keep her daughter out of the spotlight.
But the youngster made her debut on the show during the festive special last year.
The teenager starred alongside her mum for the first time while discussing what she wanted for Christmas.
“I want an iPhone 11,” she sweetly told a doting Chloe, who joked back: “What do you think, I’m a millionaire?”
The Towie favourite became a single mum at 18 after falling pregnant with her ex Matthew, who she was with for seven years.
Chloe opened up about being a single parent earlier this year during a Q&A on Instagram.
One fan asked her: “How did you cope with being a single mum?”
And Chloe replied with a photo of her and Matthew from when they were in a relationship.
She answered: “You just do. Madison’s dad and his family have always helped.
“We had our moments but we have remained very close. My family also really help me so I’ve been really lucky.
Chloe and Matthew also posed together at the youngsters’s 14th birthday back in 2019.
In a recent episode Madison banned her mum from ever living with a man.
Chloe told her Nanny Linda at her 40th birthday that she feels more family orientated than ever and doesn’t care so much about men.
She said: “The thought of having someone in my space, in me and Madison’s space, and having to share a home every day, I don’t know if I’ll ever want that.
“I feel I need to get a husband that wants to live next door.”
It prompted laughter from her sister Frankie and cousin Frankie Essex.
Turning to 16-year-old Mady, she said: “Mads, would you let a guy move in?”
She replied with a firm “no”, prompting more giggles.
The pair were all smiles as they watched the pantoCredit: Splash News
The mother daughter duo are extremely close
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