Tess Daly labelled ageless in rare flashback snap – as fans say to ‘bring the fringe back’

Tess Daly labelled ageless in rare flashback snap – as fans say to ‘bring the fringe back’

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It’s amazing to think that Tess Daly has been a Strictly Come Dancing host for the best part of two decades, yet the 52 year old seems to have not aged a day since her very first appearance on the show in 2004.

And now we can see the true extent of her ageless beauty in a new snap uploaded to her Instagram grid. The photo sees a smiling Tess looking loved up with husband Vernon Kay, who’s now 47.

“Flashback to these young things! Who would have thought I was pregnant with my eldest who’s 17 in a few weeks! Time flies,” she writes.

The image certainly has a late 90s/early noughties ring to it, considering Tess can be seen wearing a “Baby Spice” fringe and thinly pencilled eyebrows.

“You both never age the best couple in the world,” says one fan, while another notes: “You haven't aged! How?!”

A third tells Tess to “bring the fringe back”, with many other users agreeing that the hairstyle looks great on her.

The presenter doesn’t often stray from her typical Strictly beauty look, which usually sees her with pristine blonde hair and a glowy makeup look. For Saturday night’s episode, however, Tess traded in her favourite Hollywood waves for a glamorous high ponytail.

Fans were quick to brand the look “super cool”, with the ponytail, also often seen on the likes of Ariana Grande and JLo, helping to add a modern twist to her style.

"Tess's excellent pony tail is what I strive for daily,” commented one fan under a backstage image of Tess, posted to her grid.

Another said: "Tess’ stylist has really upped his game."

With plenty more weekends of Strictly to come, we can’t wait to see what Tess has planned for future beauty looks!

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