Maisie Richardson-Sellers’ real-life mom, Joy Richardson, will appear in Season 3 of “Legends of Tomorrow.”

According to TV Insider, Richardson will play a mysterious woman from Amaya’s (Richardson-Sellers) past. The mother and daughter are set to act opposite one another when Amaya, aka Vixen, heads off on a vision quest after her mystical totem starts to go erratic. On this trip, Amaya meets Richardson’s character who points out to the Legend that her totem is growing more powerful as a result of an equally powerful evil on the rise.

While it’s unclear whether Richardson will return for more episodes following her debut appearance, Richardson-Sellers is undoubtedly thrilled about the chance to finally share the screen with her mother. “We have always dreamed of and joked about working together one day,” Richardson-Sellers shared. “So this was an extremely special experience.”

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Richardson-Sellers added that her mom is one of her greatest inspirations as an actor. “I’ve been watching her perform on stage since I was three and that’s pretty much when I discovered my passion for [acting],” revealed the “Originals” alum.

Richardson, who is an alum of the British medical soap opera “Holby City,” is the latest addition to the growing list of newcomers for Season 3 of “Legends of Tomorrow.” Richardson joins previously announced newcomers Tala Ashe (“American Odyssey”) as Muslim hacktivist Zari Adrianna Tomaz, Billy Zane (“Titanic”) as iconic showman P.T. Barnum, Tracy Ifeachor (“The Originals”) as Amaya’s granddaughter Kuasa, and Jes Macallan (“Mistresses”) as Time Bureau special agent Ava Sharpe.

Additionally, Neal McDonough and Wentworth Miller will reprise their roles as Damien Darhk and Leonard Snart, respectively, in Season 3. McDonough will come back as series regular while Miller will return as a recurring guest star.

Showrunner Phil Klemmer also told IGN that there are talks for “Arrow” star Paul Blackthorne to appear as Quentin Lance in Season 3, episode 5. The exec producer also confirmed that they’re still actively campaigning for Matt Ryan’s Constantine to appear on the show.

“Legends of Tomorrow” Season 3 premieres on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 9 p.m. EDT on The CW.