By Andrea Magrath
Growing up fast: Cindy Crawford, husband Randy Gerber and their children Presley and Kaia attend the opening night of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark
Cindy Crawford proudly walked the red carpet last night with her husband Randy Gerber and children Presley Walker and Kaia Jordan.
The good-looking family attended the opening night of the musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark in New York.
But while Crawford's supermodel looks usually steal the spotlight, it was her nine-year-old daughter who was turning heads.
Kaia is clearly the spitting image of her mother with the same chocolate brown eyes and delicate features.
But it looks as though the youngster has been playing in her mother's make-up bag.
Kaia appeared to be wearing blusher on her cheeks as well as lip gloss and eye shadow.
Experimenting with mummy's make-up bag? Kaia is undeniably a beautiful little girl, but raised eyebrows with her use of blusher, lip gloss and eye make-up
She is also following in her mother's fashionable footsteps - wearing skinny jeans, ballet flats, red top and stylish black jacket to the performance.
Kaia enjoyed a grown-up girls' night out with Crawford earlier this month.
The mother-daughter duo dined on sushi with friends at exclusive celebrity haunt Katsuya in Hollywood.
Youthful: Kaia looked younger during a stroll with her family in New York last week
Kaia's brother Presley Walker, who turns 12 in a fortnight, was also looking more grown up at last night's premiere.
Last year he finally cut off his trademark shoulder-length locks. But he has gone even shorter now - going for a sporty, short crop instead.
In 2009 Crawford and Gerber were blackmailed by an acquaintance of their former nanny, who obtained a photo of Kaia gagged and tied to a chair.
Girls' night out: Crawford took her daughter out for dinner at Katsuya in Hollywood with friends earlier this month
Edis Kayalar stole the picture, which had been taken as part of a game of cops and robbers, and allegedly demanded $60,000 from the family or he would leak the picture to the media.
Gerber met Kayalar, a German model, at a bar and was shown a copy of the image. He handed the model £600 'for his trouble' and was given the photograph in return.
After Kayalar continued to threaten the family and make demands he was convicted of extortion and last year was sentenced to two years in prison.