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Can I pay into child ISA and my own isa in the same tax year?

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Hello everyone, first time poster here. I have searched and searched and read article after article and forum post after forum post and for the life of me I can't find the answer to this question!! I have recently become a parent and would like to open a child ISA. However, I want to pay into my own ISA monthly and also my child's ISA monthly. Is this allowed? I am aware that I can;t pay into more than one of my own ISAs in a year, but can;t work out if the above is allowed. Any advice appreciated! Thanks. 

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