Mohamed Salah's daughter Makka is becoming quite a fixture on football's big stage.
First, she starred on the Anfield pitch after Liverpool's final league Premier League fixture of the season.
And now she's made an appearance on the turf at the Champions League final after her father's side ran out 2-0 winners against Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid on Saturday night.
Salah was joined by his daughter and wife, Magi, as Liverpool celebrated their triumphant evening - which included Salah becoming the first Egyptian to score in the showpiece event of Europe's top club competition when he netted a second minute penalty.
It appeared that Salah was still on the pitch with his family long after the stadium had emptied.
This gave Makka the chance for some mischief as she headed for the sprinklers.
She warmed the hearts of Liverpool fans in May when she collected a ball and dribbled towards goal at the famous Kop end at Anfield before finding the back of the net, bringing cheers from the crowd.
She then proceeded to dribble the ball all the way back to the halfway line where she was greeted by her mother.
That certainly brightened up a day during which Liverpool had been pipped to the Premier League title by Manchester City.
Salah's goal in Madrid was the second fastest in a European Cup final and has helped to erase the disappointment of last season's final when he was forced off injured following a clash with Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos and Liverpool were defeated.