Connor Cruise, the son of Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise, has debuted a new look in a rare selfie online.
The 26-year-old, who is now a fisherman in Florida, is a far cry from the baby-faced teenager some might remember, almost unrecognisable in the new snap.
Connor showed off his tidied up facial hair and a buzz cut in the new selfie he captioned: “New face, who dis.”
The look is a tad difference to his more scruffy appearance from a few months back, where he was sporting a much longer beard and curlier hair.
Much less of his face was visible in fishing photos he shared earlier this year.
Connor is an avid fisherman, with a source telling PEOPLE he lives in Clearwater, and is "content with living a quieter life."
The Church of Scientology is headquartered in the same Florida beach town where he resides, with Connor and his sister Bella, 28, both practicing members of the faith, following in the footsteps of their famous father.
Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise were married for 11 years before announcing their separation in 2001.
During that time, they adopted their daughter, Isabella Kidman Cruise, and son, Connor Cruise.
28-year-old Bella now lives in London with her husband, Max Parker, whom she married in 2015, and has instead established herself as an artist.
She also rarely posts personal photos on her Instagram, preferring instead to focus on her artwork, but recently posted a black and white selfie of her looking cosy in a beanie hat with a cool septum piercing.
In November 2018, Nicole told the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that she stayed "very private" regarding her relationship with Bella and Connor.
"I have to protect all those relationships. I know 150% that I would give up my life for my children because it's what my purpose is," she said.
Nicole has also previously spoken about Bella's affinity with the UK. "Bella lives just outside London. You know, she really feels more English," she said in an interview with Vanity Fair in 2019.
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