The 32-year-old Singaporean actress and athleisure guru posted this throwback of her doing the exact same post 10 years ago.
This youthful mum-of-one, 41, wittily wrote her caption from the point-of-view of her cat: “I’ve clearly grown up some these 10years and am not as bright eyed as in my youth. I’m also rather resigned to life and content to stay still instead of running off all the time. That’s what age does to you. Unless you’re my mommy, then you’ll be running around more (she runs around in these closed rooms chasing a ball, talk about childish). Time. Waits for no cat. – Miss G.”
The local DJ and TV host doesn’t seem to have aged at all over the last decade… a fan even called her a vampire when she posted this on Instagram!
The gorgeous actress, who turns 37 this year, was still dating musician Justin Timberlake back in 2009 (they only got engaged in 2011). She posted this with photo with the nostalgia-tinged caption: “Although I do still have a lot of ❤️ for my tan lines, hoops and blonde days…”
Is it possible that the 42-year-old actress is ageing in reverse? There’s just no way that these two photos have a 10 year gap. We’re also convinced she gave birth to herself, because her daughter, Ava Elizabeth Phillippe, looks exactly like her:
Local celebs are in on the trend as well. The 44-year-old Singaporean actress posted a 2009 photo of herself in Melbourne next to a recent snapshot, but it’s evident that the years have been kind to Cynthia. She says that she feels “more grounded and matured” now, compared to the “youthful energy” she had ten years ago. In fact, we asked Cynthia to write a letter to her younger self, which you can read here.
Two more children and a buzz cut later, the Hollywood actress, 39, continues to strike her best pose on the red carpet.
The Bring It On star, who turns 47 this year posted not just a 10-year throwback, but also a 20-year throwback photo. The photo on the extreme left was taken in 1998, then 2008 and then the 2018 Oscars. Someone ask her for directions to the fountain of youth, quick!
May & Choy Wan
The 37-year-old twin sisters and former MTV veejays don’t seem to have aged at all in this throwback photo to the 2006 MTV Asia Awards (a little over 10 years ago but we’ll let it slide).
While she may look the same outwardly, the gorgeous actress has undergone inner transformation, revealing that she’s grown to care less about what people think about her. The 36-year-old wrote in the Instagram caption: “Check out 2009 me trying so hard not to do anything wrong. Check out 2019 me doing what feels right.” Power to you, Anne!
The American TV personality and stylist, 40, says that she’s now “smarter” and “filled with inner peace”. Her caption reads: “Homie on the left: Fiery, determined, proud of her bomb credit score & wearing her retainer nightly. G on the right took this pic 10 min ago: Smarter, filled w/inner peace, with lil chocolate on her lip from dinner & a dope microblade job”.
The star of upcoming Marvel movie Captain Marvel showed off her goofy side with a photo of her 19-year-old self on the left and her current pizza-loving self on the right, along with the caption: “Am I doing this right?” Most definitely, Brie.
“Exclusive Report: Blondes do have more fun” says the 44-year-old The Hunger Games actress and director of the upcoming Charlie’s Angel reboot.
“I was stretchmark/spanx/diaper free a decade ago” proclaims the Australian actress, who’s now a mother to three children, although you can’t really tell because she still looks the same in a tube dress. Fun fact: 2009 was also the year her breakout hit movie Confessions Of A Shopaholic was released, launching her to international stardom.
The actress, 36, was relatively unknown in 2009, although she was a series regular on hit TV drama Mad Men. Her career has blossomed since then, and she’s currently one of the lead actresses’s in the Netflix show GLOW.