Former Geordie Shore star Rebecca Walker looks completely unrecognizable after dropping the MTV show ten years ago.
The former wild child, now 29, left the MTV hit show after season three and said she hasn’t looked back since.
Now the mother-of-three with platinum blonde hair looks completely different after rising to fame with jet black locks on the hit show.
The former reality TV star appears to have softened her makeup look in recent snaps, stunning as she shows off her natural beauty.
Rebecca made an instant impression when she joined the cast of Geordie Shore as a sophomore as a vocal teenager.
Her partying days are certainly over as she is now a mother to two little boys and recently gave birth to a baby girl late last year.
Rebecca, who came into the house alongside Ricci Guarnaccio in the second series, was immediately involved in a scorching argument with Vicky Pattinson.
Alongside her arguments with Vicky, who yelled in an argument that she “had toenails that were older than her,” she enjoyed a brief romance with one of the show’s other deceased cast members, Jay Gardner.
However, cast members soon accept her before she left the show ten years ago.
Rebecca said at the time she wanted to “work on other projects.”
And Rebecca certainly made her appearance on the TV show famous, but now she’s focused on motherhood for her children, Harry-Theo, Brody and Sadie.
A few years ago, she told her fans she wasn’t ready to do a reunion show, but claimed she still loves her time on the chaotic program.
On her social media, she posted: “I would like to thank everyone for the lovely tweets regarding the Geordie Shore meeting which I did not attend as I now have Harry and work commitments, although it would have been a great time and lovely ‘to see them on with all.’
“I thought it would be the best choice for me to miss it. I’m really looking forward to seeing it. It really was because of the phase I’m in in life as a mom and working.
“I miss being the carefree 18 year old girl that was once part of all the madness xx.”