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PHOTO: You Won't Believe What The 'Outnumbered' Children Look Like Now

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Published at 11:56am 25th July 2016. (Updated at 2:38pm 25th July 2016)

So we knew them as Jake, Ben and Karen, AKA the cool one, the cheeky one and the cute one - but that was a good few years ago.

Now, the children of the hit BBC comedy ‘Outnumbered’ look more than a bit different.

The popular sitcom followed the daily life of the growing children alongside their parents, played by Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner.

When the show started, Ramona Marquez was six, Daniel Roche was seven and Tyger Drew-Honey was 11.

Now two years after the final episode aired, a photo of the trio, aged 15, 16 and 20, has gone viral on social media.

Check out some of these replies - users could not believe it and neither could we!

The show was written, directed and produced by Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin.

It is believed that many scenes of the show were semi-improvised which could explain the popularity of the show.

It is loved by families all over the country, especially for the children’s adorable and hilarious moments.

According to reports in The Sun, a one-off special will be shown later this year.

For now though - watch some of the best bits...

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