Some of them you can hardly recognize!
Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie)
Lucy is the youngest daughter of the Pevensie family. When filming the first movie, the actress playing her character was still an ordinary 10-year-old kid. For Georgie Henley, the picture was her first major acting success: she received several awards and nominations, including the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film.
Georgie acted on stage during her university years and made her first short film, Tide, when she was 20. The actress is now 27 years old — the little girl from Narnia has all grown up and turned into a beautiful young woman. While the star's creative career is still on pause, Henley maintains a presence on social media and has quite a lot of followers.
William Moseley (Peter Pevensie)
Young and courageous Peter Pevensie won the hearts of female viewers with his strong character and good looks. William Moseley did a wonderful job embodying the prince on the screen. This role was the starting point of his career in cinema. After starring in The Chronicles of Narnia, Moseley became a star of the American TV series Perception and The Royals. Later, he also starred in The Veil and The Courier.
Since the release of the magical trilogy, William has grown up and matured. The actor was only 18 when the first movie was shot, and he is now 35. Moseley leads a healthy lifestyle and stays in good shape and is still admired by fans.
By the way, William is still friends with his colleagues from Narnia. A couple of years ago, he posted a photo of their reunion dinner.
Anna Popplewell (Susan Pevensie)
The 17-year-old actress wasn't new to acting when she starred in The Chronicles of Narnia. Anna had taken part in film projects since 1998 and even tried out for the role of Hermione in Harry Potter. However, it was the role of Susan Pevensie that brought her international fame. Later, Anna played the beautiful Lady Lola in the famous TV series Reign.
Today, the 33-year-old actress continues to act, and she has starred in a couple of productions to be released soon. Her followers note that Popplewell hasn't changed much since she played Susan in Narnia.
Skandar Keynes (Edmund Pevensie)
In The Chronicles of Narnia, Skandar played the middle brother of the Pevensie family. This was the actor's first and last role. Keynes decided to end his artistic career and pick up the family trade instead: Keynes became a political advisor, following in the footsteps of his famous grandfather. By the way, it has been repeatedly stated in the press that Keynes is the great-great-great-grandson of famous naturalist Charles Darwin.
Skandar now works in the British Parliament, practices taekwondo, plays the flute, and has taken up extreme sports. Fans believe the beautiful prince's features haven't changed much since the days of Narnia, and he has turned into a really handsome man.