Guess who! She is a TV presenter who spends a lot of time on the red carpet … but would you recognize her by this rare child photo?
She is an Australian TV presenter who spends a lot of time on the red carpet.
The 31-year-old journalist started her career as a political reporter for NITV and SBS before becoming the newsreader for Triple J.
On Thursday, the now-today show reporter shared a rare youth photo of herself, surrounded by her brothers and sisters.
Guess who! She's a TV presenter who spends a lot of time on the red carpet … but would you recognize her by this kid's photo?
The little girl in the photo is none other than Channel Nine star Brooke Boney.
& # 39; Congratulations on my second favorite, beautiful, little sister. I am so proud of the woman and mother that you have become. I love you xx, & she wrote at the post.
In the throwback photo, a young Brooke appears to be playing with her sister, a baby and a boy – possibly her brother – in a child's bedroom.
Revealed: the vintage snap was from Channel Nine & Brooke Boney as a young child with hair curlers on and a lollipop in her mouth. She is pictured with Richard Wilkins at the Oscars of 2019
Brooke Boney took part in the Today show in January as an entertainment reporter.
Despite claims that she had replaced Richard Wilkins & # 39; & # 39 ;, she often reports with the showbiz veteran at major events on the red carpet.
She has interviewed famous faces, including Angelina Jolie, Chris Hemsworth, Jessica Mauboy and Game of Thrones star Isaac Wright.
Hot shot: Brooke has interviewed famous faces such as Angelina Jolie (photo), Chris Hemsworth, Isaac Wright from Game of Thrones and Jessica Mauboy
Illustrious career: the 31-year-old brunette beauty was a political reporter for NITV and SBS and a Triple J newsreader before joining Today. She is depicted with Chris Hemsworth
Brooke is a native woman of the Kamilaroi nation, who previously used a traditional greeting during news stories about Triple J.
In January she spoke out against Australia Day and asked to change the date.
& # 39; I cannot separate January 26 from the fact that my brothers go to prison rather than school, or that my little sisters and mother are beaten and raped sooner than someone else's sisters or mom, & # 39 ; Brooke said.
After receiving a kickback from the viewers of Today, she told The real podcast in August it was & # 39; it wasn't the kind of response she expected & # 39 ;.
She believes standing up for the guard: Brooke is an indigenous woman of the Kamilaroi nation, who received a kickback from Today's viewers after calling for Australia Day to be moved
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