Fearne Cotton took to Instagram this week to share a fun throwback post to the 1990s.
Taking us back to 1993 specifically, Fearne posted a childhood snap of herself surrounded by iconic emblems from the era.
In the photograph, a young Fearne smiles at the camera with long blonde hair and a fringe. She wears a black roll neck jumper and chunky 1990's style headband studded with little jewels.
In a caption alongside the image Fearne referenced her 90s childhood style by asking, "Ps- who likes my gold waistcoat?" referring to the stand out piece of her look; a metallic gold waistcoat which she wears open.
The emblems of famous 90s moments run down one side of the photograph and include the logo for the Jurassic Park franchise, a movie poster for the film Sleepless in Seattle starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, and an album cover by music star Meat Loaf.
Referencing more of the icons included in the image, Fearne wrote that 1993, "Was the year of Jurassic Park, Eurotrash, Supermarket Sweep, and Mr Blobby getting the Christmas number one! Plus it had loads and loads of absolute tunes."
The reason behind Fearne's post was to promote a radio show special on Radio 2 from over the weekend. "At the weekend on Sounds of the 90s @BBCRadio2 we celebrated all things 1993!" Fearne explained, "Listen to our special 1993 show by searching ‘DECADES’ on BBC sounds."
Recently, Fearne revealed a grown-up return to her childhood fringe with a brand new look.
She explained that her new chop was inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer's iconic character in Scarface.
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