It's been fourteen years since The Pirates Of The Caribbean first appeared on our screens (I know, surely not).

How time flies hey?!

But did you ever wonder what happened to the young Elizabeth Swann? You know the little girl singing "Yo Ho (a Pirate's Life for Me)" right at the beginning?


Credit: Walt Disney Pictures

Well, turns out she's now twenty-five years old and pretty much just like us! Isn't she gorge?

Looks like she's a lot like every other twenty-something year old as we see her debuting her new lipstick and posting a standard cat selfie.

So what's she been up to all this time?

Since appearing in Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl at the age of eight, the actress has had a number of different roles.

You may recognise her from sitcom The Life Of Riley, which she was in for the full three series. Or perhaps her latest role as Dr Jasmine Burrows in Holby City, which she joined in 2016.

After so many years you might expect the twenty-five year old to have tired of telling stories about her time on the set of the Disney film, but it seems that she still speaks fondly of the memories. Telling Buzzfeed:

The other cast members were so lovely. My family were never really big into films so I didn't know who anyone was. Luckily, the costume designer took me around to meet everyone and made sure I got signed photos because she assured me I would regret it when I was older if I didn't. I'm really grateful for that.

So other than her continued career as an actress, it seems like Lucy Dryzek is a pretty normal gal!

She even says so herself in her Instagram bio:


We totally love that we can relate to her. Not to mention we are stoked that she's doing so well.

I mean her and her BF look so cute together, and she's got a cat. Life made.

Her Holby City character Dr Jasmine Burrows is rumoured to be leaving the soap in 2017.

Whatever is next for Lucy, we wish her all the best for the future and look forward to seeing what she does next.

Keep it real girl.

Written by Stephanie Shaw

Featured Image Credit: Disney

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