Just a trick of the eye? Chloe Lattanzi's waist looks IMPOSSIBLY small in a tight-fitting black top as she poses for bizarre happy snap with father Matt

She is best known as the daughter of iconic Australian singer and Grease star Olivia Newton-John. 

But Chloe Lattanzi, 32, sparked the attention of her fans for a very different reason this week when she shared a photo of herself with an impossibly small waist on Instagram

In the snap, the aspiring pop-star is seen posing alongside her actor and dancer father Matt Lattanzi as they admired a painting of a rough sea-storm.

'Two peas in a weirdo pod!' Chloe Lattanzi has taken to her Instagram to share a snap of herself with her lesser known actor and dancer father Matt Lattanzi, as she showcased her very tiny waist. She affectionately captioned the post: 'Two peas in a weirdo pod! I miss you PAH'

'Two peas in a weirdo pod!' Chloe Lattanzi has taken to her Instagram to share a snap of herself with her lesser known actor and dancer father Matt Lattanzi, as she showcased her very tiny waist. She affectionately captioned the post: 'Two peas in a weirdo pod! I miss you PAH'

Making no reference to her unusual bodily proportions, she affectionately captioned the post: 'Two peas in a weirdo pod! I miss you PAH.'

However, a small section of her followers saw fit to comment on her slender waistline- which was accentuated by her ample assets.

'You have such a tiny waist! Wow! Beautiful as always,' one commented.

Physique: Her legions of fans adored the sweet father-daughter post a small section of her followers complimented her slender waistline accentuated by her ample assets

Physique: Her legions of fans adored the sweet father-daughter post a small section of her followers complimented her slender waistline accentuated by her ample assets

'Your waist is goals!' another added 'Where do you get your waist trainer?' 

Meanwhile, other fans shared gushing comments about her family. 

'So cool that you have a special bond with both of your parents they are so lucky to have a daughter like you who is caring and so sweet,' one wrote. 

Model figure: Followers complimented her including one who wrote: 'You have such a tiny waist! Wow! Beautiful as always.' While another commented 'Your waist is goals!' another added 'Where do you get your waist trainer?'

Model figure: Followers complimented her including one who wrote: 'You have such a tiny waist! Wow! Beautiful as always.' While another commented 'Your waist is goals!' another added 'Where do you get your waist trainer?'

Daddy's girl: Unlike his famous ex wife, Matt's acting career halted after two seasons of a Channel Nine soap Paradise Beach, which was marketed to rival Neighbours and Home in 1993-94 (Matt and Chloe pictured in 2002)

Daddy's girl: Unlike his famous ex wife, Matt's acting career halted after two seasons of a Channel Nine soap Paradise Beach, which was marketed to rival Neighbours and Home in 1993-94 (Matt and Chloe pictured in 2002)

Last year Chloe took to Instagram to reveal to her legions of followers that her famous mother and father met through Hollywood icon Gene Kelly.

'If it wasn't for him I may not exist. Thank you Gene', she added, paying tribute to the famous actor who also starred in the 1980 film Xanadu.

Unlike his famous ex wife, Matt's acting career halted after two seasons of a Channel Nine soap Paradise Beach, which was marketed to rival Neighbours and Home in 1993-94. 

Thankful: Last year Chloe took to Instagram to reveal to her legions of followers that her famous mother and father met through Hollywood icon Gene Kelly. 'If it wasn't for him I may not exist. Thank you Gene', she added in the post

Thankful: Last year Chloe took to Instagram to reveal to her legions of followers that her famous mother and father met through Hollywood icon Gene Kelly. 'If it wasn't for him I may not exist. Thank you Gene', she added in the post

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Chloe Lattanzi showcases her tiny waist in a snap with dad

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