THE Queen's Nose was a popular children's television series in the '90s, with many of its cast appearing as fresh-faced infants.
It was adapted from the novel of the same name by Dick King-Smith and followed the adventures of ten-year-old Harmony Parker, who could use a fifty pence coin to make wishes.
It ran for three series before it was revived by the BBC in 2000, with new stories following Melody Parker, Harmony's sister.
One of the show's memorable characters was Gemma, played by Lucinda Dryzek in the seventh series.
The same year Lucinda starred in the series, she also played a young Elizabeth Swann in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Now 29, her other TV credits include Outnumbered, Melissa in Doctor Who, Olivia in Cardinal Burns and Jasmine Burrows in Holby City.
Most recently, she starred in The Twilight Zone as Katherine Langford.
As for her personal life, Lucinda has gone on to form a relationship with another BBC children's star in former Tracey Beaker actor Ciaran Joyce.
Ciaran, 34, played loveable Lol Plakova in the hit show, which aired on our screens between 2002 to 2006.
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And 18 years on after their stints on the shows, the two appear to have fallen for each other.
Lucinda first appeared on Ciaran's Instagram grid back in May this year.
Since then the pair have loved sharing cute couples pictures on their social media.
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