11 Celebrity Kids Who Are All Grown Up

You know those adorable kids that grace the Hollywood screens before puberty, just cute little things who make us smile (or cry, depending on the flick)? Or maybe it’s their parents you’ve seen and heard, kids who grew up in the elite Hollywood world…

It turns out they grow up just like the rest of us, and sometimes, they grow up way prettier than the norm – which is the cast for these 11 faces you might recognize from days gone by.

11. Hailie Mathers.

You remember her father, who sang about her in a song or two…Eminem?

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10. Brandon Thomas Lee.

His parents are Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, and he is quite the combination, if you ask me.


9. Christian Combs.

There’s no way you can’t figure out his father is Sean “Puffy” “Puff Daddy” Combs, because they could be twins.


8. And Justin Dior Combs.

He doesn’t look as much like his dad but he is just as handsome.


7. Paris Brosnan.

His father is, of course, Pierce Brosnan. They don’t look much alike, but they both look nice!

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6. Sistene Stallone.

I wonder who her mother is, because I’m thinking she deserves most of the credit for that face.


5. Ming Lee Simmons.

She’s the daughter of Kimora Lee and Russell Simmons.


4. Ava Philippe, who is a perfect combination.

Her parents, Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Philippe, are complete opposites, but both beautiful.


3. Simone Johnson.

Her dad is The Rock, and does anyone else think she looks kind of like Moana?


2. Myles O’Neill.

I wonder if he’s got ups like his dad, Shaq.

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1. Damien Hurley.

His mother is the lovely Elizabeth Hurley, and I can’t stop staring at this picture!

It doesn’t seem fair that we just see the before and the after, does it? Where are the pics of the awkward middle years?

What child star made the most stunning transformation in your book?

My vote is for Neville Longbottom – tell me yours in the comments!