Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn looks completely unrecognisable in throwback snaps from her early career.
Before 32-year-old Christine shot to fame selling expensive mansions on Netflix's real estate series, she initially worked as a model and actress.
One of her credits is 2011 film Shark Night 3D, and snaps from the set appears to show her as an entirely different person.
In the photos, Christine is donning an all-white bikini swimming in a lake, surrounded by crew as they set up the shot.
Christine isn't wearing makeup and seems to have smaller lips and boobs compared to more recent photos of her.
In the past the mum-of-one has denied having any cosmetic surgery apart from a boob job.
She said during the first season of Selling Sunset: "Nothing about me is fake except my boobs."
Shark Night 3D isn't the only notable acting credit that Christine has to her name – she also appeared in an episode of Ballers alongside Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
The blonde bombshell also featured in Drop Dead Diva, NCIS: Los Angeles and Hot Tub Time Machine before making the career move into real estate.
This comes after Netflix released the fourth season of Selling Sunset last week.
The series showcases the drama at The Oppenheim Group, a firm in Los Angeles, as different estate agents battle it out over lavish homes and super-rich clients.
Christine has never been one to shy away from the drama and just last month co-star Heather Rae Young banned Christine from her wedding to fellow real estate entrepreneur Tarek El Moussa.
Heather told Page Six: “She did not get an invite to the wedding.
“I am big on loyalty, I’m big on friendships and trust, and I do not trust her.
“I don’t think she’s a loyal person.”
There were even rumours that Christine had left the show because of the feuds with her co-stars after she was absent from cast photos.
However, according to The Sun, her brokerage license confirms that she is still an employee at the The Oppenheim Group.
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