Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins shared a throwback picture on her social media today to mark her twentieth anniversary of working in television.
The 44-year-old TV host, who recently landed a 30 minute slot on Good Morning Britain before Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, revealed a very 90s pixie cut in her old work photograph.
The old photograph is lined up against a current image of her behind the news desk, and although the presenter has changed it doesn’t appear that she has aged one bit.
“Marking my 20th anniversary of working in television today!” Charlotte announces in her post.
“On this day, exactly 20 years ago, I started as the news trainee at @itvmeridian . Now I’m here in the studio about to bring you all the latest news on @gmb from 6am on @ITV ! Looking a little different 20 years on…”
Charlotte’s television career began when she was 24-years-old and working as a news trainee for ITV Meridian Tonight.
She then progressed to presenting the show before going on to pursue a stint at Sky’s breakfast programme as a co-presenter.
Charlotte then returned to ITV where she is now part of the Good Morning Britain team. She also presents a radio show on Classic FM.
There has been a positive response on social media to the post with a number of fans commenting on her youthful looks.
“20 years!!? You started when you were 10?” one follower jokes.
She has also received personal messages of congratulations from ITV and the editor of Good Morning Britain, Neil Thompson.
Starting the new decade in style, Charlotte began her 6am Good Morning Britain slot at the start of this week.
Her new slot had caused controversy, however, with allegations that staff members believed the slot would have been suited for a presenter from an ethinic minority background.
Two of the show’s stars that were linked to the role were Sean Fletcher or Ranvir Singh.
The show is currently up for an award at the NTA’s for the best live magazine show. They are up against Loose Women, This Morning and Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch for the award which is decided through a public vote.