Naomi Campbell is used to stealing the spotlight in fashion campaigns, but she is given a run for her money by her mother in Burberry's new Christmas campaign.

The supermodel, 48, and 66-year-old Valerie Morris-Campbell join actors Matt Smith and Dame Kristin Scott Thomas in the star-studded festive advert.
The hotly-anticipated campaign will be released in full next Tuesday but sneak peek shots suggest the stunning mother-daughter duo are both dressed in smart tailoring.
Wearing her sleek black locks in her signature straight style, Naomi wears a sharp black blazer, crisp white shirt and satin neck tie.
Valerie, whose hair is pulled back in a slick updo, sports a lookalike jacket and white shirt, although hers is open collar.
It marks the second time in recent years that Naomi has starred in the Burberry Christmas advert after appearing alongside the likes of Sir Elton John, James Corden and Romeo Beckham in 2015.
Another familiar face in this year's campaign is The Crown star Matt Smith, 36, who was also cast in the shoot last year.
The actor, whose girlfriend Lily James modelled for Burberry in 2016, looks dapper in a shirt, tie, brown knit jumper and Burberry check coat that makes him look like a designer-clad Doctor Who.
Meanwhile Dame Kristin, 58, is at her regal best in a silk and satin blouse in the softest pale blue, with her dark hair swept back to showcase her stunning facial features.
The relative unknown of the group is rapper M.I.A., 43, who brings an edgier look in a mustard knit jumper, gold jewellery and a Burberry silk scarf tied in a chic head knot.
The campaign, titled Close Your Eyes and Think of Christmas campaign, was shot by trendy photographer Juno Calypso.
The cast models pieces from Riccardo Tisci’s debut collection for Burberry.
Former creative director Christopher Bailey, who left the heritage brand in February 2018 following 17 years at the helm, transformed the festive campaigns into full-scale production masterpieces.
In 2016, the label released a short film starring Sienna Miller, Dominic West and Domhnall Gleeson, while the 2015 campaign was inspired by the 15-year anniversary of Billy Elliot.
The year before David and Victoria Beckham's son Romeo, then just 12 years old, won the star role in a film telling the story of a young couple falling in love.

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