Reality TV favourite unrecognisable in sweet childhood throwback with her dad – but can you guess who it is?

FATHER'S Day has seen stars flock to social media in their droves to celebrate with throwback snaps.

Taking to their Instagram story, one reality TV favourite posted a sweet photo from her childhood, cuddling up to her dad.

Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry celebrated Father's Day with the adorable photo, showing her childhood self cuddled up to her parent.

Dressed in a pink zip-up top and with her hair tied back into a neat up-do, the young star smiled as she rested her head on her dad's shoulders.

Chloe, 25, wished her father a "Happy Father's Day" under the snap, who could be seen proudly looking into the camera and holding a mug.

She went on to follow up with a screen shot of the pair on FaceTime as she apologised for not "being there" with him on the special day.

"Sorry couldn't be there for fathers day," Chloe wrote alongside a broken heart emoji before concluding: "Love you."

While Chloe stayed home this weekend, earlier this week she left Geordie Shore bosses infuriated after being accused of breaking quarantine rules ahead of entering the house.

The 25-year-old was due to be joining the show as a last minute surprise – but her place is in doubt after it was claimed she has been mixing with other people.

The cast are expected to isolate before filming starts in a bid to avoid the spread of Covid, but the reality star has reportedly repeatedly broken the rules – despite having round the clock security.

A source told The Sun Online: “Chloe really didn’t want to quarantine before doing the show so she’s found ways to outwit the security watching her house 24/7.

“On Saturday she attended a party in a neighbour's garden – by using a ladder to climb over the fence.

“She was telling guests that she would be going into the show as a surprise and didn’t seem worried about breaking the Covid rules.

“She also sneaked out to see her mum and her new man has been over to her house on a number of occasions."

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