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The glamorous Islander looks dramatically different as she pulls funny faces and poses for the camera in a series of unearthed photos.
Love Island's Molly Smith may have turned Callum's head with her glamorous looks, but the fashion model hasn't always been into heavy make-up and fake tan.
The 25-year-old Islander looks almost unrecognisable in a series of natural throwback snaps posted on a friend's Instagram account – and fans can't believe it's her.
Taken back when the Mancunian was in her teens, the photos prove the stunning contestant had a silly side back at school as she's pictured pulling funny faces alongside her pal.
Next to the vintage snapshot of the duo in a car, Molly's friend wrote: "Every time I look at this I burst out laughing. Your face is comedy hahaha."
Another photo showed Molly striking a pose in a little black dress, sporting long blonde hair and more subtle make-up before a night out on the town.
The teenage pictures have raised some questions about whether or not the blonde bombshell has had surgery in the past, with fans suggesting she's had lip fillers among other tweaks.
Molly has whipped up a storm since entering the South African villa after catching the eye of cheeky Mancunian Callum Jones, who was coupled-up with Londoner Shaughna Phillips.
Arriving on the show as one of the Casa Amor girls, thrown into tempt the current boys away from their partners, she has since re-coupled with the carefree scaffolder.
And despite heaps of tense drama, Molly has been praised for her maturity since the explosive episode, which saw Shaungha break down in tears over her partner's betrayal.
After new couple Molly and Callum returned to the original villa, the model encouraged her new man to smooth things over with his ex and explain the reasons behind his decision to dump the democratic services officer.
She also confessed she felt really guilty about upsetting her love rival and apologised on-screen.
Molly said: "It's not a nice feeling. It's not nice having to upset someone else, so I'm sorry Shaughna."
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