Fans of the hit comedy show Outnumbered were left speechless, as Ramona Marquez who played the little girl Karen in the show is now sporting a completely different look.
Now 16 years-old, Ramona appeared on the red carpet with ex-co-star Daniel Roache at the Access all Area gala screening on behalf of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Fans were gobsmacked by how much the pair have changed since their days in the comedy show.
Ramona is looking all grown-up these days as she sports platinum blonde hair and on the evening was wearing a simple white tee, striped mini-skirt, and black choker.
She also went for a chic make-up look, with pink metallic eyes, accented by heavy black eyeliner and a pale lip.
Ramona looks all grown up as she attends a film gala GETTY
Daniel Roche, on the other hand, who played Ramona’s on-screen brother Ben, opted for a grey tee, black jeans and a casual black coat.
However, the trio was left incomplete as fans noticed that their other on-screen sibling Tyler a.k.a Tyger Drew-Honey was missing from the clan.
However, this isn’t the first time viewers have seen the Outnumbered squad since the series came to an end.
Back in December, the three young actors appeared on the This Morning sofa to promote a Christmas special of Outnumbered. However, whilst fans were excited to see the return of the hit show, they were more in shock to see how the trio had grown-up so rapidly.
During the interview, Tyger spoke of their experiences whilst filming the show as youngsters: “What made Outnumbered so brilliant in the first place is that they say, ‘Don’t work with children and animals’, and the director threw that out the window!” he said.
“We were children and we’ve all evolved. We do argue on set the same way we argue off set.”
Viewers of the show at that time were keen to jump on Twitter to discuss their transformations.
One tweeted: ‘#OutnumberedChristmasSpecial They all look so grown up! With such deep voices! @thismorning,”
Whilst another added: “Oh my!! Seeing the #Outnumbered kids grown makes me feel old but it is 9 years since it first started and nobody stays young forever.”
Their on-screen father Hugh Dennis recently made an appearance on Lorraine. When asked about whether the show would be making a comeback, he replied:
“There will be more specials because that does seem to work. The special we did last year really worked.
“I think the key to its success is that people talk on the show the way people speak in real life – so it never feels like lines.”