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We want to be a Daddo! Every time Cameron Daddo and his kids were the definition of #FamilyGoals

Take a glimpse inside Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe's busy yet beautiful family life.

By Bella Brennan
When it comes to showbiz families, it doesn't get more iconic than the Daddo brothers.
For decades, the talented trio of Cameron, Andrew and Lockie have graced our screens and airwaves in all manner of shows and were considered the ultimate 90s heartthrobs.
Most recently, it's been eldest brother Cameron Daddo, 55, who has enjoyed somewhat of a renaissance thanks to his latest role as Evan Slater on Home And Away.
Now a whole new generation of Aussie fans are joining the Daddo appreciation club, with many discovering the fascinating story behind his marriage to supermodel Alison Brahe.
With 29 years of marriage under their belts, the couple are living a happy life in Sydney's Northern Beaches with their three kids, daughters Lotus, 24, and Bodhi, 14, and son River, 20.
And we must say, after doing a deep dive on Cameron's Instagram account - we want to be a Daddo kid!
The proud dad loves nothing more than spending quality time with his kids and isn't afraid to show off his daggy dance moves while filming a TikTok video with them.
"As far as work goes for me, if something clashes with a family thing like a birthday or a graduation, I've always been upfront with producers about what dates I need out so I can be present," Daddo told WHO of juggling his career and his kids.
He added: "Sometimes I've got to be away on location and it's hard for everyone, but we just try and do our best to be present when we can't be [physically] present – so if you're on the phone, you're available to them, even if you can't be there physically."
In 2017, the Daddo clan relocated from LA to Australia after living abroad for 25 years and Cameron says his kids handled the huge move with grace.
"We are very proud of our kids and how they have managed the difficult transition of adjusting to a new country without their friends or usual comforts," he explained to Medium at the time.
Keep on scrolling to see the Daddo family's best moments captured on camera.

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