Social media apparently can’t get enough of Toya Wright girlish appearance.
The television personality appears to be turning back the clock with her youthful beauty, and fans claim she still looks like a teen.
The 36-year-old mother uploaded a photo of herself to Instagram Thursday evening and captioned it “Chill dayz.”
The post showed Wright standing near her black G-Wagon in an unknown area, posing for the camera in her casualwear, including a black bodysuit, black jeans, an orange raincoat and Air-Max sneakers. She opted for a simple makeup look and wore her hair in a half-up, half-down style.
Many fans mistook her for her 20-year-old daughter Reginae Carter.
“Am I the only one who mistook Toya for Reginae 😩?”
“Lord I thought this was Reginae for a minute 🤦!”
Other fans gawked over how youthful the reality star looked, with some even claiming she still looked like a teenager.
“Baby I always wanna look this Young 💕 you don’t look a day over 24.”
“Toya looking younger and younger every day looking like you 18.”
“You will forever and always look young.. i can never tell if its you or Reginae unless yall post on yall page… 😤💕😘.”
Wright’s diet and fitness regime seemingly plays a huge part in her youthful appearance.
She and her partner have been on a fitness binge lately, and she’s been on a mission to shed a few pounds. During a recent episode of “Friends and Family Hustle,” the couple talked about making health and fitness a priority for themselves this year while showing off their intense workout sessions with fitness trainer Kory Phillips. They worked out on the cable machines with pull-downs, crossovers, rowing and curls. They also used squat machines and bosu balls for balance.
Before Wright’s fitness drive this year, she switched over to a healthier lifestyle a few years ago after she was diagnosed with fibroids, which are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus. Due to the severe pain and weight gain she experienced, she began eating healthier and exercising more to help relieve the symptoms.
“I had to switch it up because I used to eat all types of stuff and I would just get bigger,” she told People Magazine in 2017. “I had to scale back and eat healthier things like fish and salads.”
She added, “I found exercising has been more helpful in relieving the symptoms.”