Couple’s incredible 10-year transformation photo goes viral

The fitness fanatics are truly 'couple goals'

Sabrina Barr
Friday 05 January 2018 11:33 GMT
Couple transformation photo: Footage from the Youtube channel of the pair dubbed 'couple goals'

A couple who recently celebrated their tenth anniversary have shared an amazing 10-year transformation photo on Instagram that has since gone viral.

Wendy Joseph and her fiancé Dan Hennessey are both from New Jersey, although they’re currently residing in Costa Rica.

Less than a week ago, Joseph shared a collage of two photos of the pair on Instagram that has astounded her followers.

The first photo was taken in 2007 and the second last year, illustrating the difference 10 years can make.

Joseph wrote: “I used to have a perm and wear my hair stuck to my face everyday and @shotsofhennessey [Dan Hennessey] used to shave once a week!”

Commenters have noted that while the couple look attractive in both photos, they’ve evidently evolved a lot over the past decade.

Joseph has stopped going for perms her hair and Hennessey has grown a hipster-esque beard.

People have responded extremely positively to the post, with the photo currently racking up an impressive 60,000 likes.

Instagram users have also made a point of praising Joseph and Hennessey’s magnificent physiques.

The couple are founders of fitness brand True4You Fitness and regularly post photos of their escapades on their respective Instagram accounts.

One person wrote in response to the photo that: “This is proof that 90s kids are aging really well,” while another individual commented: “Did you both age in reverse?? What fountain of youth are you drinking from??”

Joseph also runs a YouTube channel, on which she and her fiancé post content about health, fitness and beauty.

After receiving an overwhelming response to the photo collage on Instagram, Joseph commented underneath writing: “You all are so wonderful and beautiful!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SPREADING ALL OF YOUR LOVE AND LIGHT!


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