Susanna Reid has shared an incredible throwback to her very first appearance on the BBC two decades ago this year.
The Good Morning Britain host, 49, retweeted a video of herself presenting the news on the channel all the way back in 2000.
She looked worlds away from the glamorous TV presenter we know and love today, sporting a mumsy cropped brown hairstyle and a boring grey suit.
The clip sent her followers into meltdown, with many saying she has barely aged a day since her telly debut all those years ago.
An account called TV Live, which shares archive clips, posted the video on Twitter today.
Susanna then shared it with her 640,000 followers.
She captioned the post: “If I am not mistaken, this was my very first national news bulletin for BBC TV 20 years ago.”
The jaw-dropping clip caused a stir with her fans, with one tweeting: “Holy s**t. You have aged well.”
“You looked older then than now… Well played!!” another posted.
A third said: “Hate to be shallow and superficial but damn Susan your hair now vast improvement!”
“You’ve improved with age,” another agreed.
Susanna joined BBC News 24 when she was pregnant with her first child.
She joined Breakfast News in 1998 and hosted then BBC Breakfast from 2012.
Susanna started presenting Good Morning Britain in 2014 alongside Ben Shephard, Charlotte Hawkins and Sean Fletcher.
Piers Morgan joined the team in November 2015.