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Jennifer Garner recreates throwback baby photo with hilarious results

The star has three children

Hannah Hargrave

Jennifer Garner had her fans in hysterics on Wednesday when she shared a hilarious throwback baby photo on Instagram.

The Peppermint star posted a photo of herself as a baby, fast asleep in the back of a car, but as if that wasn’t entertaining enough, she then posted a picture of herself fast asleep as an adult - and she's still got the same pout. 

Jennifer simply captioned the photo with several zzzz's making reference to her catnap. She wrote "how it started" above her baby image and "how it's going" over the other.

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Her followers found the side-by-side photos highly entertaining and commented: "LOL" and "this is absolutely the best." Others thanked her for always making them laugh and for keeping it so "real". 

Jennifer certainly doesn't shy away from posting memorable and down-to-earth photos for her fans.

Her social media pages are filled with funny snapshots from her youth and her throwback hairstyles never cease to amaze. 

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Jennifer as a baby - and now!

Jennifer - who has three children, Violet, 14, Seraphina, 12, and Samuel, eight, with her ex-husband, Ben Affleck - recently opened up about her upbringing on Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan.

She revealed: "My parents are just salt of the earth. My mum grew up really poor in Locust Grove, Oklahoma on a farm."

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Jennifer as a child 

Jennifer said she'd had a number of frank conversations with her mother Patricia, about her childhood.

"I said to her, 'Mum does it bother you when I talk about your poverty as a child, does that bother you?' And she said, 'I'm never ashamed of growing up poor; rather I am amazed by the grace and the dignity that my parents had throughout my childhood.'"

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