Sophie From 'The Holiday' Is Now a Grown Up Punk Princess and I Die

Fans of the classic holiday flick won't believe actress Miffy Englefield's transformation.

Sophie From 'The Holiday' Is Now a Grown Up Punk Princess and I Die
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In the 11 years since The Holiday hit the public, Miffy Englefield has gone from daddy's princess to punk princess, and we are all about it. The 18-year-old, who played Sophie in the classic festive flick, is now a smokey eye savant, a tattoo enthusiast, and (lucky for us) a dedicated Instagrammer. Interestingly, if the star's Twitter description is accurate, she's also made a major career change by pursuing music.

"Loud and mostly ridiculous," she writes in her description. "Common as muck. Shaved my head 30/11/2015, I go on adventures on my ones sometimes and I'm kinda big on making music."

Now, take a deep breath. Here's Miffy now:

Dot your eyes... 🌞

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Long hair dress up 🌞🌞

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Oldie from the front room ting.

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A sniffle and some gum and a poke of ma tongue.

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Shooketh?

Sophie From 'The Holiday' Is Now a Grown Up Punk Princess and I Die
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The transformation is so complete it's hard to believe we're looking at the same person. In The Holiday, Sophie is a mild-mannered, light-haired baby angel whose only real goal is to set up her dad, Graham (Jude Law). When Amanda (Cameron Diaz) comes along, Sophie and sister, Olivia, spend most of their time trying to finagle quality fort-building seshes. They are the picture of innocence, and Englefield couldn't have gone in a more badass direction.

Sophie From 'The Holiday' Is Now a Grown Up Punk Princess and I Die
Columbia Pictures
Sophie From 'The Holiday' Is Now a Grown Up Punk Princess and I Die
Columbia Pictures

Best of luck to Miffy on all her new ventures!

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