Can you believe it? Little Lucy from the Chronicles of Narnia is 21-years-old and all grown-up!
And if that doesn’t make your feel ancient, the fact that its been over a decade since the release of the first movie (yes, it’s really been that long!) will.
As fans will know, the film saga – which is based on the books by C.S Lewis and includes the sequels The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader – tells the story of the Pevensie siblings, who discover a magical world at the back of an old wardrobe after being sent away as evacuees during World War II.
But have you ever wondered what happened to the Pevensie children once the cameras stopped rolling? Well, here’s what they’ve been up to since the last movie release – way back in 2010!
Lucy Pevensie: Georgie Henley
Aged 10, Georgie Henley beat out thousands of youngsters to play Lucy, the youngest Pevensie sister, starring in all three films in the franchise. Her acting credits have slowed down a bit since The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, but in 2015 she starred in two films – Perfect Sisters with fellow childstar Abigail Breslin, and The Sisterhood of the Night, an independent movie about a coven of teen witches. She is also a total brain box, graduating from Cambridge University earlier this year with a BA in English.
Peter Pevensie: William Moseley
In case you haven’t noticed, the formerly baby-faced Peter got HOT. After starring as the eldest Pevensie sibling at age 18, he continued to play the role in the two follow-up movies. Now 29-years-old, he is currently playing Prince Liam in the E! original series The Royals alongside Liz Hurley.
Susan Pevensie: Anna Popwell
Anna hasn’t spent much time on screen since her days playing oldest sister Susan Pevensie in the first two movies, but she’s certainly been busy! The actress has had several roles on stage, as well as studing English Language and Literature at Oxford (seriously, this is one clever cast). Now 26, she is starring as Lola in Reign, a series that explores the early life of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Edmund Pevensie: Skandar Keynes
The younger Pevensie brother, Skandar Keynes was cast in the Chronicles of Narnia by chance. While enrolled in an acting class, Skandar was spotted by an agent at aged 14. After taking part in all three movies in the franchise, Skander decided to quit acting to study Arabic and Middle Eastern languages at Cambridge, graduating in 2014.