LOVE Island star Demi Jones looked unrecognisable in a teenage throwback – leaving fans guessing if it was really her.
The 22-year-old looked sweet in the old picture she put up on Instagram.
Demi, who revealed in May that she had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, showed off her natural beauty looking fresh-faced in a photo from before she was famous.
The stunning red-head beamed in the shot as she showed off her braces and sunny smile.
She showed off her natural beauty wearing just a touch of mascara to show off her eyes.
Demi was dressed down in a pale blue hoodie and captioned the shot: "This pic. 13-year-old Demi," adding lots of laughter emojis.
Meanwhile Demi has found love with a music boss, who goes by the name Miami, amid her battle with thyroid cancer.
A source told The Sun last June: “Demi has been friends with Miami for a while and he knows the Gale twins as well.
“They’ve really enjoyed spending time with each other recently, but are trying to keep things on the quiet.
“He’s super supportive and giving Demi something else to focus on at the moment.”
The reality star teased a new romanceas she posted a picture of his legs – but kept his identity hidden.
Miami hasn’t been quite as shy and posted a video of Demi lying across his chest as they watched the first episode of Love Island together.
Demi, who is currently working with Tinder, can be seen resting her arm on him and laughing when she spots him filming her.
Her world was rocked earlier this year when she discovered she had thyroid cancer and underwent two operations to remove a golf ball sized tumour on her thyroid gland.
She was only diagnosed following months of delayed appointments due to the coronavirus pandemic and after pushing doctors for further tests.
The experience has changed her outlook on life.
She told The Sun: “Before, I was always getting dressed up to the nines to promote a brand. Now I am enjoying showing a more natural me on my Instagram.”
More than anything, she is grateful, adding: “When you’re my age you assume you will live until you’re 80. This has made me appreciate everything so much more.”
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