Suzanne Somers' Granddaughter Looks Just Like The Star

Suzanne Somers appears to have passed down her looks to her granddaughter. The legendary blonde actress, author, and entrepreneur first hit it big with her role as Chrissy Snow in the ABC sitcom Three's Company, which ran from 1977 to 1984, according to Screen Rant. The show catapulted Somers to superstardom, but as Business Insider reportedshe left the show peak-fame after being refused a salary increase by the network. It wasn't all bad though, as the actress's colorful career was only beginning.

Somers has since starred in the '90s sitcom Step By Step, a season of Dancing With The Stars, and even her own talk show, The Suzanne Show. Somers is busy off-screen too, having recently released her own makeup line and more than a dozen books on self-help, health, aging, and dieting. According to The Week, Somers' unconventional medical advice in regards to cancer treatment gained criticism from the American Cancer Society. But that hasn't stopped the star from dishing out advice.

Somers married her first husband Bruce Somers in 1965 when she was 19, according to Country Living. While that marriage ended in 1968, she met her current husband of 50 years, Alan Hamel, during her stint as a prize model on the game show Anniversary Game

Somers had son Bruce Jr. with her first husband, resulting in granddaughters Camelia and Violet. After not seeing each other for a while due to the pandemic, the actress reunited with her granddaughter Violet in an Instagram makeup video, per Daily MailTheir similarities are pretty uncanny.

Violet Somers is close with her grandmother

Violet Somers and her grandmother certainly share facial features — it's easy to see the similarities between the two. They sat down for an at-home Instagram makeup video on June 9, 2020. The duo cheerfully went through some of the products in the sitcom star's makeup line, with husband Alan Hamel in the background. It was apparently a lucky break that Violet could co-star in the video, as she was in Italy days before the coronavirus pandemic hit.

"She was in Italy, just as the whole world pandemic broke out there. You got out in the nick of time," Somers said in the video. "Yeah, two days before," Violet replied. 

Many fans commented on the physical similarities in the comments section of the video. "Violet is the image of her Zanny, only with dark hair," one Instagram user wrote.

Somers appears to be close to her grandchildren. She posted another Instagram photo with both Violet and Camelia Somers and daughter-in-law Caroline Somers in January 2020. "3 generations of SOMERS women!" Somers captioned the post. "Love these leopard babes @carolinesomers, @violetsomers and @cameliasomers. I always say, 'I'm a different kind of grandmother!'" That statement rings true; according to Oprah Magazine, Somers wants to do a Playboy shoot for her 75th birthday. She famously posed for the mag twice in the 1980s. Not every grandmother can say they plan on doing that!