Tiffani Thiessen's Daughter Is “Saved by the Bell” Actress' Mini-Me in Family Thanksgiving Photo

The actress shares daughter Harper, 13, and son Holt, 8, with husband Brady Smith

<p>Tiffani Thiessen/instagram</p> Tiffani Thiessen and her family on Thanksgiving

Tiffani Thiessen/instagram

Tiffani Thiessen and her family on Thanksgiving

Tiffani Thiessen is celebrating Thanksgiving with her entire family.

Last week, the Saved by the Bell alum, 49, shared a family photo on her Instagram as she celebrated the holiday. Thiessen stands next to her lookalike daughter Harper, 13, who is between her mom and her dad, Brady Smith.

The actress' son Holt, 8, stands in front of the three of them, wearing a navy blue suit.

"Happy Thanksgiving! I have so much to be thankful for. My family, my friends and my health just to name a few. Also, another big thank you to #NYC for this wonderful last week. It still feels like my second home and I am so grateful for the beautiful memories. #I❤️NY," she wrote in her caption.

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Related: Tiffani Thiessen Poses with Her Lookalike Daughter Harper, 13, at the Hunger Games Premiere

Earlier this month, Thiessen was photographed with her daughter Harper when she brought her as her plus-one to the premiere of The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes in Los Angeles.

Thiessen opted for a colorful dress, posing with her arm around her daughter, who showed a strong resemblance to her mom. Harper wore a blue dress and a leather jacket, smiling as she stood slightly taller than her mom.

In September, Thiessen appeared on an episode of The View and revealed that she doesn't allow her daughter to have social media.

"I have a teenager now, guys. And a lot more grays too, honey. I'm just really glad [my kids] haven't asked to do it," the star said, referring to acting. "I'm not pushing it, I think it's definitely not an easy...I feel like it's hard enough now for kids."

"I think the pressures are harder than it used to be for me. So to add another layer of a job and other people looking at it, it's a lot...[especially with social media]," she continued.

"She doesn't have social media," Thiessen revealed of her daughter. "We're very against it for her age. We're going to wait until she's [older]."

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