Can you guess the Aussie celeb behind this heartwarming throwback snap?

Grant Denyer has fan gushing over his latest throwback pic. Source: Instagram @grantdenyer

Beloved Aussie celebrity Grant Denyer is once again melting hearts across the internet after sharing an adorable childhood photo.

Denyer took to Instagram on Tuesday, August 8, to share a snap of his younger self, with his long blonde hair and blue eyes sitting behind the steering wheel of a car and giving the camera a small smile.

“Melting tyres and hearts for four decades,” the former Sunrise presenter captioned the post.


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Denyer’s fans were quick to flood his comment section, with many pointing out how much his two daughters, Sunday and Sailor, look just like him.

“Sailor and Sunday definitely have strong dad genes,” one fan commented.

“Sunday definitely like her dad.”

“My gosh Sailor is a spitting image of you as little one!”

“OMG you children get most of your looks.”


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The adorable throwback snap comes weeks after the father of three shared a heartwarming video of his youngest daughter dancing around the house.

The video offered fans an uplifting update on Sunday, who had been in a full-body cast for several months after undergoing surgery for hip dysplasia, a condition where the hip bone becomes partially or completely dislocated.

“Sunday Adams & her killer moves ???????? ???? but I admit it… this is just a shameless post of cuteness overload for maximum likes for Daddy. Who says having kids doesn’t pay,” Denyer captioned the video.


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In the past, Denyer and his wife Chezzi have also opened up about their eldest daughter, Sailor, and her Inattentive ADHD diagnosis. Symptoms of the inattentive form of ADHD include missing details and becoming distracted easily, trouble focusing on the task at hand and becoming bored quickly.

“Little Sailor D, couldn’t have been more proud of you this weekend,” Chezzi had written on Instagram at the time.

“Not because you tried really hard. Not because you practiced so much. Not even because you won the 9 years Champion.

“But because this year after discovering you have Inattentive ADHD and as a family making some big adjustments to help you more with this, your understanding of yourself and the pride you took in overcoming your fears gave you so much more confidence up on the stage.”


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