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What Does Danny Masterson and Bijou Phillips’s Daughter Look Like Now? (PHOTO)

Sometimes, we find it hard to believe that That ‘70s Show’s Hyde Danny Masterson is a father these days. He and his wife of over two years, Almost Famous actress and model Bijou Phillips welcomed their first child into the world this past Valentine’s Day (how sweet!), and the last we heard of Fianna Francis was that she was an 8 pound, 5 ounce bundle of joy. Nowadays? This little girl is the spitting image of her daddy!

Credit: Bijou Phillips on Instagram    

Recently, Bijou shared the most adorable photo of Fianna, and boy did she grow up fast! Not only is she sporting a full head of hair (just like her papa) these days, but she sure shares a lot of Danny’s features. Just look at those big eyes!

“My best friend!!!” Bijou captioned the photo on Instagram. The proud momma is seen posing with Fianna, while sharing a sweet kiss. The photo is too cute to handle, which explains all the double taps it garnered at the time of this post.

We’re sure Danny is beyond smitten with his little girl. He even broke the news of Fianna’s birth on Instagram, sharing a sweet photo of himself and Fianna cuddling.

“Hello friends. Beyond thrilled to announce the birth of our daughter,” he wrote. “Mom and baby are doing amazing. You can all refer to me as dj dadpants from now on... Wifey @bijouphillips will post a pic on her insta too. Cheers!” You got it, DJ Dadpants!

Can you already envision all the future play dates Fianna will probably have with Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis’s baby (who is due to arrive sometime this year!)? We also hope that these two tots will spark another reunion of That ‘70s Show cast. Just saying.

Who do you think Fianna looks like, her mother or father? Tell us your thoughts below!

05.16.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Josephine Cusumano
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