Now that's a transformation...

Marco Pierre White Jr is best known as the controversy magnet on Big Brother and son of angry chef of the same name, but before he shocked his way into our lives, he was a completely different person.

Two years ago the renowned partier looks COMPLETELY different. The tattoos over his face and the long hair are replaced with a baby face in this picture, taken with his dad.

He captioned it with ‘Having a pint with father’ accompanied with fourteen hashtags, despite that never being acceptable.

Having a pint with father #marcopierrewhite #mpw #chef #father #love #happy #me #picoftheday #igdaily #beautiful #followback #daddy #hahaha #wtf

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But even further back from that, Marco is a full-on gym nut, with muscles bigger than tree trunks. Seriously, check him out in these series of pictures.

# gym #Pre-workout #junki #recovery #fit #healthy

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#gym #recovery #bsn #pain #big #huge

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Meanwhile, the 21-year-old has admitted that his dad is ‘upset’ with how he behaved in the BB house.

Despite being engaged to Kim Melville-Smith in the outside world, he had a very intimate relationship with housemate Laura Carter – so close that over 200 people complained about it being broadcast.

And in his first non-BB interview since leaving the house on Friday, he said: ‘Well, to be fair, it’s once in a lifetime to go in. I don’t regret anything I did.

‘He’s actually, he was a bit upset about the things I mentioned in the TV show but he is proud.’

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When asked about Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield what he meant, the Marco Pierre White Jr said: ‘My partying and my behaviour in the outside world.

‘He was aware, he obviously chooses to ignore it. I do think I let him down a tiny bit.’

Maybe just a quick trip to the pub for one of their famous father-son pints will sort it all out.