Big Breakfast fans stunned as Teletubbies' original Sun Baby makes appearance and is all grown up | The Sun

THE Big Breakfast fans were left cooing in delight as the Teletubbies original sun baby made an appearance.

Jess Smith became one of the most famous faces on kids TV back in the late 1990s as the baby who appeared in the sun on the hit BBC show.


She made an appearance on Saturday's Big Breakfast where fans were delighted to see her all grown up.

One wrote on Twitter: "The sun baby! How cute! :)."

A second posted: "Awww," while a third quoted the Teletubbies catch phrase: "Eh oh."

Jess left the role in 2001, but a recent picture of her as an adult recently went viral.

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The picture saw Jess holding a little girl, with many mistaking the child as her own, including BBC Radio 1 presenter, Greg James, who tweeted: "This has made me feel 800 years old".

However, the Teletubbies official Twitter account clarified who was in the picture, writing: "This is the original Sun Baby, Jess Smith, with our new Sun Baby, Berry! Seeing Jess all grown up makes us feel old too!”

Back in 2017, Jess opened up to BBC South East about how she landed the golden gig.

She said: "I was being weighed at the hospital.

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"My mum took me and it just happened to be the same time that the producer of the old series had come in and wanted the hospital to get in contact with them if they'd seen any smiley babies.

"It was just a case of sitting in front of a mirror and a camera and my dad playing with toys and race cars and that sort of thing to try and get me to laugh at the camera."

Teletubbies began in 1997, with children all over the country falling in love with the characters Dipsy, Laa-Laa, Tinky Winky and Po.

Earlier this month, the quartet left fans baffled after they made a BIG mistake in a post about coronavirus vaccines.

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A Twitter post on their official account told fans the gang had all had their coronavirus vaccines, with pictures of each character holding their vaccination cards.

However, many fans were distracted by the Teletubbies' dates of birth, which said they were all born on February 2, 2003, making them 18 years old – despite the fact the show began in 1997.



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