John Travolta gushed over his model daughter who is the spitting image of his late wife.
"So proud of Ella's debut at fashion week in New York City!" he wrote, sharing a photo of Ella in a pair of black tailored trousers with a lace bustier.
Fans flocked to the comment section, calling the rising star a "perfect blend of mum and dad", referencing Kelly Preston who passed away in 2020.
Another wrote: "She is absolutely stunning! I’m sure she is as beautiful inside just like you and Kelly!"
"Such a beauty!! Beautiful inside and out. She has a little bit of Kelly and you in her which makes her darling," a third chimed.
"Beautiful just like her momma," another added.
Ella isn't just modelling for a living, she also released her debut single Dizzy in January and is preparing to drop a full EP.
Sharing a video of her and the Grease star lip-syncing to her song, she wrote: "It's been a long time coming but I'm still that 14-year-old weird girl at heart and I love it. Hope you like it, link in my bio and story."
She was also cast as Alicia/Alice in the new film Get Lost, which was a modern take on Alice In Wonderland.
In July he shared a photo of Ella in costume with the caption: ""Here's my daughter Ella starring in a live-action re-imagining of Alice in Wonderland! Called, 'Get Lost.' I'm a very proud dad!"
In an interview in 2019, John spoke about his daughter to People, saying that she wasn't the "cliche of a teenager".
"And she's a beauty, isn't she? She's so amazing, and so unlike what you think a teenager, the cliché of a teenager," he said at the time.
"She's different, and she's gracious, and she's lovely, she's well-mannered, and she's thoughtful, and it's authentic," John continued.
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It's very old school. She reminds me of an older movie star. Another era. So, I'm very proud of her."
It was revealed recently that John was cast alongside Tom Hanks in Martin Scorcese's Sinatra biopic, which is said to be akin to "Goodfellas meets Nowhere Boy".
However, the film was blocked due to Frank Sinatra's alleged links to the mob, and was eventually dropped entirely.
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