Twin girls from Coulsdon are about to hit a tv screen near you.

Eliza and Layla Matthias, 5, will appear tomorrow night on ITV's new show, 'What Would Your Kid Do' in its twin special.

Despite a striking resemblance, the girls are actually non-identical twins.

But it is the personalities of the girls, their mother Claire says, that really separates them.

"They are totally different," Mrs Matthias said.

"Layla is the outgoing chatty one who wants to be on stage all the time.

"She is full of beans, loves life and is really cheeky.

"From the moment she could speak she was a singer. She’ll be brushing her teeth and moving to whatever music is around her.

"Eliza is very cheeky as well but quite quiet.

"She is is happy to sit on her own and read a book, but she is very clever and definitely the decision maker of the pair."

The tv show aired for the first time last week and showed parents trying to guess what their child would do next in any given scenario, such as what they would do after being told told not to look under a box.

Overall, Mrs Matthias thought it was a great experience, even though she didn't know what she was signing up for at the start.

"It was back in September when I saw and ad posted looking for twins aged between 5-8, I didn't even really know what it was for," she said.

"We went to an audition and there must have been 200 people there, and only 36 got picked to go to the next stage, and at that stage i didn't really know what it was for.

"After that just three sets of twins were picked and Eliza and Layla were lucky enough to be selected.

"It was a lovely experience it was hilarious from start to finish."

This isn't the duos first brush with fame however.

In 2014, the pair starred in the movie 'Keeping Rosy', alongside Maxine Peake as the girls from Chipstead Primary School swapped in and out in their role as Rosy.

"I don't want to sound like I'm blowing my own trumpet, but they’ve gone for two things and they’ve been picked both times," Mrs Matthias said.

"There is something quite special about them."

If you want to see if the family has what it takes to make it through to the final of the show, tune in to ITV1 at 8pm tomorrow (February 13).