Jools and Jamie Oliver look almost unrecognisable in throwback holiday photo

Jools Oliver has shared a photo from her first holiday with husband Jamie and fans can’t get enough of it!

Jools and Jamie Oliver have been married for 18 years and no doubt have a stash of hundreds of photos from their younger years together.

The couple often share glimpses of their past on social media to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays and other special occasions – much to the delight of their followers!

Over the weekend mum-of-five Jools took to Instagram to share a never before seen picture of the couple from their very first holiday together and her followers were delighted.

Jamie and Jools’ sun-kissed faces are beaming with happiness and look almost unrecognisable!

The picture, captioned: ‘Our first ever holiday together ❤️’, shows Jamie holding Jools in his arms as he pouts to the camera and she kisses his cheek.

In just two days the happy snap has amassed more than 64,000 likes and hundreds of comments.

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Our first ever holiday together ❤️

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One person wrote: ‘Wow this is amazing, you both look beautiful ⭐🌅⭐’.

Another said: ‘Wow! So young 😍❤️❤️❤️’.

While a third reminisced about their own younger days too and said: ‘I bet those were the days!! We all love our gorgeous families but to be able to go back to a few weeks being young again living the life we once knew!! I would … love ya jools ❤️❤️’.

Jools didn’t reveal the location of the first holiday she’d spent with Jamie, but it was clearly somewhere warm as both of them are sporting a tan.

Lots of the followers joked that Jamie looked completely different with one asking: ‘Omw what happened to his curls??’, while another said: ‘Omg I didn’t recognise Jamie!!! At least now I know where the Scandinavian blonde comes from!! Soooo cute! And you guys still so genuinely loved up as ever!’

Have you looked through any old photos recently? You’ve probably got some absolute gems hidden away! Take a leaf out of Jools’ book and take a trip down memory lane…