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Comedian Mary Coustas proves that she has barely aged a day in years when she steps out for a rare outing.

Is that you, Effie? Mary Coustas, 57, proves that she has barely aged a day in years when she ditches her famous wig to go on a rare outing with her look-alike daughter.

She is best known as the bombastic character Effie Stephanidis from the early ’90s sitcom Acropolis Now.

But Mary Coustas, 57, showed she hasn’t aged a day in three decades when she ditched her famous wig to support her daughter Jamie at Kidz Fashion Week in Sydney on Saturday.

The actress showed off her youthful face as she smiled at the photographers, dressed in an orange top that featured long ruffled sleeves and black jeans.

Youthful: Mary Coustas, 57, (pictured) proved she hasn't aged a day in years when she ditched her famous wig to head out to Kidz Fashion Week last week  Pictured in 2005 (right) and (left) on Saturday at Kidz Fashion Week

In the photo: Mary Coustas in 2005

Youthful: Comedian Mary Coustas, 57, (pictured) has proven she hasn’t aged a day in years by shedding her famous wig to head out to Kidz Fashion Week Pictured in 2005 (left) and (right) Saturday at Kidz Fashion Week

She accessorized her look with a pair of open heels.

Mary was almost unrecognizable with her short blonde hair and accessorized her look with pretty makeup that included a bright red lip and blush.

Weird outing: Mary was almost unrecognizable in her short blonde bob and accessorized her look with some pretty makeup that included a bright red lip and blush

Weird outing: Mary was almost unrecognizable in her short blonde bob and accessorized her look with some pretty makeup that included a bright red lip and blush

Solidarity: Mary supported her nine-year-old daughter, Jamie, at children's fashion week

Solidarity: Mary supported her nine-year-old daughter, Jamie, at children’s fashion week

Married At First Sight’s girlfriend Selin Mengu also took part in her first red carpet event with her three-year-old son Roman.

The 33-year-old put on a leggy display in a green jumpsuit paired with a black jacket.

The brunette beauty used her long locks and styled them into curls.

She completed her look with high-top black ankle boots.

Night out: Married At First Sight's girlfriend Selin Mengu, 33, (pictured) also stepped out for her first red carpet event with son Roman, three

Night out: Married At First Sight’s girlfriend Selin Mengu, 33, (pictured) also stepped out for her first red carpet event with son Roman, three

Going out: The mother-of-one put on a leggy display in a green jumpsuit paired with a black jacket

Going out: The mother-of-one put on a leggy display in a green jumpsuit paired with a black jacket

Mary became a mother to daughter Jamie with husband George Betsis in November 2013, after completing 23 rounds of IVF.

speaking to The daily telegraph In 2020, the comedian best known for her character Effie reflected on her decade-long battle to conceive.

“We are all attached to our past and trying to move on,” he said.

“These are deeply traumatic times and I describe trauma as ‘something you don’t expect and that king hits you out of the blue.’ You learn to live with it.

Mary suffered years of heartbreak, including a miscarriage and her daughter Stevie, who was stillborn in May 2011.

“We didn’t assume we would have a happy ending,” he explained at the time.

“I mean a lot of people don’t do it and it seemed like we weren’t going to get it. I still went back to Greece three times after Stevie.

I still made another six attempts after Stevie to get Jamie. That’s a lot. That’s more than most people do to have a child the first time they do IVF.

Miracle baby: Mary suffered years of heartbreak, including a miscarriage and her daughter Stevie, who was stillborn in May 2011. All photographed in 2014

Miracle baby: Mary suffered years of heartbreak, including a miscarriage and her daughter Stevie, who was stillborn in May 2011. All photographed in 2014

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