A clip of Demi Sims’ first TOWIE appearance has resurfaced and the reality star looks unrecognisable.
The 24-year-old TV personality joined the cast of the hit ITVBe show in 2014 and her looks have changed dramatically since day one.
Demi was aged around 18 when she first stepped foot into the world of glitz and glam, so fans have proudly seen the star grow into a young adult.
In the short video clip which was shared online, viewers took a trip down memory lane as they re-watched the old episode of TOWIE to see Demi’s huge entrance.
She appears in the episode alongside her famous older sister Chloe Sims and dished out some relationship advice to brother Charlie, who was in a relationship with TOWIE legend Ferne McCann at the time.
The girls had fallen out with Ferne and were offering their best advice to him.
Demi is seen speaking to her brother at the bar while Chloe and ex-boyfriend Elliot Wright also join in.
The Celebs Go Dating star tells her sibling: “Whatever you do in life, we’re going to stand up for you because you’re our brother.
“If we die on our deathbed, you’re going to be at our funeral. But I don’t know how long you’re going to be with Ferne.”
However Demi is left furious as he tells her he loves Ferne and walks away, before she turns to Chloe and adds: “I feel like I’m just walking on eggshells around this whole situation all the time, do you know what I mean?”
After watching the drama break out, fans took to TikTok and Twitter to share their thoughts.
“TOWIE BOX SETS i cant believe how much you have changed Demi still as beautiful as ever though xxx,” a second shared.
Another laughed: “How is that the same person? I’d walk right past that girl and wouldn’t clock a thing?”
Demi’s appearance in TOWIE is the reason for her rise to fame.
She is still part of the long-running cast but has also had her fair share of reality show appearances, including E4’s Celebs Go Dating.
The star began dating former Love Island babe Megan Barton-Hanson, but they parted ways after the explosive series came to an end.
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