He's one of the most famous faces on our screens, much loved for his rugged salt-and-pepper beard and enchanting features.
And on Friday, Home And Away heartthrob Cameron Daddo debuted a bold new look causing fans to go into meltdown.
Appearing on The Morning Show, the 55-year-old shaved off his trademark beard to raise awareness for men's charity initiative, Movember - and the end result has made us do a double-take.
Taking to Instagram shortly after his makeover, the father-of-three shared a close-up selfie of his baby-faced new look.
"First glimpse of my freshly shaved face... first time smooth since 2019 MOvember! Thank you Matt and Alex from @tommygunsaus for the care! Get on board, it's the most important MO you will grow... all the info is @movember - make a team and get growing... whatever you grow, will save a bro!!! keep posted for the MO- growth! The full moon 🌕 might help... 😊✌️👍 @my_mens_team #ambassador," Cameron penned.
Not long after, the floodgates of fan feedback opened up and his selfie was inundated with positive comments.
"Baby face," one fan noted.
"Different but still looks like you 😆 great cause as well," another said.
"Smooth as a Baby Bum💗🌶️💜," a third beamed of his youthful visage.
While another quipped: "Looking handsome! 🌻"
Indeed the annual Movember movement continues to gain traction, with men encouraged to grow their moustaches for the month of November to help raise awareness of men's health issues, including prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide.
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Daddo has long been an advocate for men's mental health issues, most recently teaming up with My Men's Team, which encourages men to come together within their communities to speak to one another and offer support.
"My mission is just to get blokes talking," the 55-year-old, who has been married to model Ali Daddo since 1992, told The Morning Show last month.
"I think the more that we are able to practice communication, the better off our world is. The more we train and the more we practice in a confidential setting with other guys, the better we are in real-life situations," the actor continued.