BBC Breakfast host Nina Warhurst looked almost unrecognisable as she shared a throwback snap showing her as a blonde.
The popular BBC anchor, 42 – who is currently pregnant with her third child – took to her Instagram page to share the image which dated back 14 years.
Nina was seen with blonde shoulder-length locks parted on the side.
She beamed at the camera for a snap at a fancy event which saw her wearing a pretty nude patterned dress as she perched on a sofa.
The broadcaster posed alongside a youthful-looking Ben Boulos, 38 – her BBC Breakfast co-host who has previously filled in for show regular Naga Munchetty.
BBC News fans may recognise Ben as he's a regular presenter for BBC World News.
Nina uploaded a current snap underneath, which showed her with her more recognisable brunette hairstyle as she sat beside Ben to present.
She flashed a smile as she posed in a blue dress which showed off her baby bump in the snap which she uploaded with a baby Emoji icon.
She then added the caption: "How it started (2009).
"How it's going (2023)."
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Previously, BBC favourite Nina boldly hit back at troll who criticised what they deemed to be her "pathetic grin."
She hit out at the keyboard bully after they delivered some serious low blows toward Nina and her BBC co-host.
The trolling comments came after Nina again paired up with Ben.
In a now-deleted tweet, the viewer slammed the pair and dished out an unnecessary personal attack.
Writing on their Twitter account, the troll said: “I am watching @BBCBreakfast with the Bland Bloke by 'name and nature' and @NinaWarhurst wearing a pathetic grin.
"Talking Coronation and mental health in Scotland. Any bright sunny news or is this the norm with you two?"
It didn't take long for Nina to respond and clap back at the hater as she offered up a dignified response.
The presenter showed she could easily brush the comments off as she replied: “Love this. ‘Can you be brighter and sunnier? I'll start by throwing some personal insults your way.’
“Have a lovely day, Stephen," she quipped.
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BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One and iPlayer.
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