Lauren Goodger may possibly be identified for her huge hair and even larger pout, but the former TOWIE star has now provided fans a glimpse of what she looked like just before she appeared on our telly screens.
Taking to her Instagram account, the 32-year-old can be noticed smiling at the camera as a kid wearing an adorable white jumper with Minnie Mouse on it.
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Seeking fresh faced with dimples in her cheeks and a complete fringe, the youngster is holding onto a plastic toy clown as she poses in front of her sofa.
Clearly amused by her throwback snap, the Essex star wrote alongside it: ‘Loooooool’ with 3 embarrassed emojis.
Comparing the childhood image to her present look, Lauren then shared a current selfie with her 776k followers also providing the camera a enormous grin.
Displaying off her heavy smokey eye and lip gloss, she asked her fans ‘Have I changed? #smile’.
This comes immediately after the Essex babe opened up about having fillers in her face throughout a current interview.
Just after hitting headlines when she was photographed with a extremely unique jaw line back in September, Lauren revealed she’ll By no means get the process accomplished once more.
‘I had the filler in my jaw, at initial I believed: “Wow!”but when I got papped – I’m not joking – I looked like The Mask,’ she stated.
Writing in her new! magazine column, the reality star added: ‘Five days later I got it dissolved, I’d by no means get filler in my face once more.’
And Lauren has decided to open up about going beneath the knife once more throughout a Q&A session on Instagram.
When a single follower asked: ‘Why did you ruin your self with surgeries?’
She replied: ‘Please do not take notice of press and how I appear compared to genuine life – it is just a story and pantomime. I do not have surgeries. 2017 was the final time I had something accomplished and I wouldn’t do to my face… something I would do I’ll normally say.’
Nicely, that settles that…