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Celebrity Child Stars That Are All Grown Up Now

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Even though we all have a penchant for indulging in a bit of nostalgia time to time, whether it’s revisiting your favorite childhood movie or spending some time giving a look at old family photographs, there’s no denying that it’s great to feel like a child again.

For myself, I love to re-watch all of the movies that I adored as a teen. There were A series of Unfortunate Events, Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the list goes on. And as we were growing up, our pre-pubescent crushes grew up too so let’s see what they look like now.

Take a look down below to our celebrity childhood stars and enjoy!

1. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

Violet – Emily Browning

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Credit: Nickelodean Pictures & Paramount Pictures

2. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

Klaus – Liam Aiken

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Credit: Twitter & Getty

3. Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events

Sunny – Kara and Shelby Hoffman

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Credit: Nikelodean Pictures & Heart Magazine

4. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

Charlie Bucket – Freddie Highmore

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Credit: Twitter & Wikipedia

5. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

Augustus Gloop – Philip Wiegratz

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Credit: Wikipedia & Tumblr

6. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

Mike Teavee – Jordan Fry

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Credit: Twitter & Wikepedia

7. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

Veruca Salt – Julia Winter

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Credit: Nikelodean Pictures & Wikepedia

8. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Violet Beauregarde – Anna Sophia Robb

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Credit: Nikelodean Pictures & Getty

9. Pan’s Labyrinth

Ofelia – Ivana Baquero

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10. Golden Compass

Lyra – Dakota Blue Richards

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Credit: Twitter & Alchetron

Woah, wasn’t it awesome to walk down memory lane?

If you want to feel more nostalgia, the guy from the “Leave Britney Alone” video made another video 10 years later.

Source:vt

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