Who Is the ’Teletubbies’ Sun Baby? A Young Woman Just Came Forward Claiming It Was Her — PHOTOS

Who Is the ’Teletubbies’ Sun Baby? A Young Woman Just Came

”Jessica Smith” has always been the credited name for Sun Baby’s portrayer on Teletubbies, but it’s hardly an uncommon name. In fact, Jessica Smith of Laguna Beach fame was thought to be the children show’s sun face for a while there.

The Teletubbies baby who played a giggling sun looks …

And little did her friends know that they were sitting with the iconic TV sun, whose giggling face rose over Teletubbyland at the start of each episode. But Jess gave up her 19-year secret and even confirmed it via Facebook, where photos of her revealed that she still has the same cheeky grin.

The Teletubbies’ ‘Smiling Sun Baby’ Is A 19-Year-Old Woman

And since “Jess” is not an uncommon girl’s name in England, and “Smith” in not an uncommon last name in England, there could be several dozen young women in England approximately 18-21 years old, who could have claimed to …

What the Sun Baby from Teletubbies looks like now

The identity of the giggling Sun Baby from the Teletubbies was a mystery for years, but that baby is all grown up now and ready for its moment in the, um, sun. this reluctance to come forward

The Sun Baby From ’Teletubbies’ Reveals Herself – HuffPost

Dec 23, 2014 · Remember the sun baby from ”Teletubbies”? Well, the sun baby just revealed herself to be 19-year old university student Jess …

Teletubbies Have Babies Called Tiddlytubbies & Twitter …

But did you know that the Teletubbies have babies called Tiddlytubbies now? ’Cause they do, and Twitter can’t deal. Twitter user @lyenkrenz (Lyen Krenz Yap) apparently saw images of the little Tiddlytubbies on Facebook, Buzzfeed reports. The 19-year-old took screenshots of the photos and posted them to Twitter, where her tweet quickly went viral.

University student reveals she was the ’Teletubbies’ sun baby

Jess Smith, a 19-year-old trainee dancer, recently revealed via Facebook, Metro reports, that she was the face of the sun that the Teletubbies Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po often looked up at during the 90s television program.