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With the making of the "Baywatch" movie moving full-speed ahead, Donna D'Errico, one of the show's most prominent figures, turned up at a red carpet this week looking like she could run in slow motion on the Los Angeles beach today.

And, in the same appearance, the 47-year-old had her gorgeous and rarely-seen 15-year-old mini me by her side.

Frankie-Jean Sixx looked like a spitting image of her iconic blonde mother at the premiere of "Only God Can" in North Hollywood, Calif. on March 22.

Frankie-Jean is the daughter of the former Playboy playmate and Motley Crue rocker Nikki Sixx. The couple was married from 1996 to 2007 before splitting and embarking on a very contentious custody battle.

In 2014, Donna declared bankruptcy, but, according to TMZ, she gets a percentage of Nikki's income if he makes between $1.6 million and $10 million.

But, after $10 million, she gets a capped payment of $252,000 a year.

As of early 2016, Nikki payed Donna $8,200 a month in child support for Frankie-Jean, and her other income is roughly $40,000 a year, according to TMZ. However, following the massive success of Motley Crue's final tour, it was suspected that she would get a huge bump up in the child support.

Unlike her famous parents, Frankie-Jean is hardly a fixture on the Hollywood scene, although she was photographed serving the homeless with her mother last Thanksgiving.

Both Donna and Nikki have certainly moved on. Donna, who hasn't remarried, now says she's a devout Roman Catholic who attends Mass weekly and prays the Rosary every night with her children (she has a 22-year-old son from a previous relationship.)

Nikki, for that matter, briefly dated Denise Richards in 2010. However in 2014, he married his third wife, lifestyle blogger Courtney Bingham in a lavish Beverly Hills ceremony in March.

Nikki has three other adult children from a previous marriage to former Playboy model Brandi Brandt, who was jailed for more than three years for smuggling cocaine into Australia in airplane toilets as part of an US-Australia drug smuggling ring.