Twitter shocked by new photo of the Outnumbered kids all grown up
The lovable kids from Outnumbered are all grown up, and picture evidence of this development has sent fans on Twitter into meltdown.
The semi-improvised comedy, which starred Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner as parents outnumbered by their three unruly children, aired for five seasons between 2007 and 2014. While the break from our screens has not been huge, the changes in the show’s three children, played by Tyger Drew-Honey, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez, sent shockwaves through Twitter as fans reacted in surprise.
On Sunday, Gogglebox fan blog GoggleboxQuotes innocently posted the picture of Marquez, Roche and Drew-Honey, now fifteen, sixteen and twenty respectively.
As if these are the Outnumbered kids… pic.twitter.com/818a404ojb
— Gogglebox (@GoggleboxQuotes) July 24, 2016
Twitter instantly went wild, with some fans claiming to barely recognise the childhood stars, others bemoaning how old they now feel and some frankly terrified by the difference a few years has made.
IT TOOK ME SO LONG TO REALISE WHO I WAS LOOKING AT HERE pic.twitter.com/NRpiF2r5G3
— ˗ˏˋ tonks!kez ˎˊ˗ (@hvfflepuff) July 24, 2016
Seeing how grown up the outnumbered kids are now makes me feel so old :(((
— John (@John_matthewss) July 25, 2016
The kids from Outnumbered are so old now and it's literally terrifying https://t.co/hnpYIhf3gs
— The Stand (@thestandnews) July 25, 2016
As always, others made light of the reaction to what – let’s face it – is a pretty normal occurrence. Kids grow up.
— Michael Hogan (@michaelhogan) July 25, 2016
According to The Sun, a one-off Outnumbered special is to be shown later on in the year.