VERNON Kay wished wife Tess Daly a happy birthday but fans couldn't believe her age.
The Strictly presenter turned 53 yesterday and stunned in a photo shared by Vernon on Instagram.
Vernon, 47, penned: "HAPPYBIRTHDAY!! You ray of sunshiiiine!!
@tessdaly Let’s pop corks and celebrate!!❤️????"
And one fan replied: "Wow She’s a STUNNER" as another called I'm a Celeb star Vernon "a lucky man".
A third penned: "Happy birthday Tess 53 wow"
Meanwhile, Tess has finally had her moment in a judge's seat – on RuPaul's Drag Race UK.
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The TV star filmed her scenes as a guest panellist on the popular BBC show this week.
And an insider said she was a runaway hit.
They told The Sun: "Tess really showed off her edge during this stint and her witty one-liners and humour went down well."
It comes as Tess revealed her real name – and admitted only her mum calls her it.
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The former model was actually born Helen but changed her name to Tess at the start of her modelling career.
Tess/Helen – who has never officially changed it because it would be "disrespectful" to her parents – said her mother Sylvia is the only person still using the old name.
The presenter previously told Weekend: "My mum's really the only person who still calls me Helen, and that's not often.
"She tends to call me 'love', so when she does say 'Helen' it can take me a while to respond."
Tess explained that when she started work as a model aged 17 there was a model called 'Helen Davies' on the books of her agency – and was told to change her name because it was too similar.
She added: "My agent was obsessed with [the actress] Nastassja Kinski at the time, who was in the film Tess, and thought I looked like her.
"So Tess it was. I was gullible and impressionable. Mind you, two weeks later I was in Japan then travelled the world. Paris, Milan, New York."
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