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December 17, 2012  | by: Crystal Fernandez

AP Photo/Guess Inc.

The adorable daughter of the late Anna Nicole Smith  is following in her moms footsteps. Danielynn Birkhead is taking a starring role in the spring ad campaign for Guess Kids.

It’s no secret to anyone that the late Anna Nicole Smith has been known for her iconic GUESS ads. Guess is where Smith really kicked off her modeling career. She appeared in the memorable ads in 1992 and 1993, and the images were revived several times throughout her modeling career.

Obviously, six-year-old Dannielynn’s pics are age-appropriate, where her mom’s shots weren’t exactly back-to-school fashion. In the photos recently released for the campaign, Danielynn sports a denim skirt, a sleeveless white jacket and even a cute fedora.

“Dannielynn had fun paying tribute to her mom with the GUESS ad campaign, but it is back to school for her which is her focus. The first thing she asked is ‘When will I be on the shopping bags like Mommy?’” her father, Larry Birkhead, told USA Today.

The advertisements also feature Babyface’s daughter, Peyton Edmunds and were shot on a beach in Malibu. They’ll start appearing in magazines and on billboards in early 2013.

“Dannielynn has the same playful spirit that her mother had on set,” creative director Paul Marciano adds. “She is a second-generation GUESS girl.”

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