ZOE Ball shared a picture of herself with a very young Take That back in the early 90s.
The BBC Radio 2 star, 51, looked almost unrecognisable with a cropped haircut in the 90s.
The TV presenter was thrilled to share the throwback photo with fans ahead of Mark Owen's appearance on her breakfast show.
Wearing a green jumper and layered earrings, Zoe flashed a big smile as she hugged Gary Barlow.
The telly favourite wrote: "@markowenofficial with us tomorrow on @bbcradio2 & a perfect excuse to crack out this gem of a #tbt classic shut eye early 90s me with baby @takethat."
Zoe's fans were stunned by the hidden gem, with one writing: "Absolutely LUSH pic ❤️."
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Another posted: "Cuties from the 90s 😍."
A third added: "Wow, just love this photo, I would’ve done anything to have been there!! Brilliant 🤩."
It comes after Zoe's son Woody Cook shared a snap looking very different as he sat in a bath with a moustache and sunglasses.
The youngster is well known as the son of radio star Zoe and DJ Norman Cook.
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Woody, 21, appears alongside his mum on the Channel 4 hit show Gogglebox.
But fans were left doing a double take at Woody's latest snap.
He showcased his blonde hair transformation and perched in a bathtub wearing a colour block shirt and a pair of denim jeans.
He wrote alongside the image: "Where have you been? ‘Bathing is a lonely business – except for fish’ – Arthur."
The upcoming star will be performing at Glastonbury this summer, following in his parents' footsteps.
Norman, also known as Fatboy Slim, is an English DJ who has won ten MTV video Music Awards and two Brit awards.
Zoe is a TV presenter who became the first female host of the Radio 1 Breakfast Show in 1998.
Woody made his TV debut on The Circle 2 on September 24, 2019.
And fans were in hysterics at Woody unknowingly flirting with Richard Madeley.
He played himself in the reality show, but didn't reveal who his famous parents are until weeks into the series.
Woody appeared alongside mum Zoe Ball on Celebrity Gogglebox 2020.
The rising star appeared on the Channel 4 show which ran for seven episodes, with an all-star line-up including Nick Grimshaw, Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash, Harry Redknapp and Laura Whitmore.
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