What happened to the 'Yoplait Petit Miam' girl? '90s child star resurfaces

What happened to the 'Yoplait Petit Miam' girl? Child star from the iconic yoghurt adverts is now in her thirties - and you'll NEVER guess what she looks like

By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:17 BST, 5 August 2020 | Updated: 05:42 BST, 5 August 2020

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She starred in the famous series of commercials for Yoplait Petit Miam in the '90s.

And while many millennials will recall the advert's catchphrase ('Yoplait Petit Miam... it's French for mmm... yum!') the child star in the campaign was just as memorable.

Despite her young age, Jessica Fallico spoke in a flawless French accent in the ad, which also starred another pint-sized actor as her little brother.

What happened to the 'Yoplait Petit Miam' girl? The child star (right) from the iconic yoghurt adverts is now in her thirties - and you'll never guess what she looks like

What happened to the 'Yoplait Petit Miam' girl? The child star (right) from the iconic yoghurt adverts is now in her thirties - and you'll never guess what she looks like

The advert begins with Jessica saying, 'This is Yoplait Petit Miam in a tube. You can eat it walking, running...' 

Before she can finish, her brother snatches the yoghurt and runs away from her.

The little boy is then shown eating the yoghurt behind an archway, as Jessica shouts after him.  

All grown up: Despite her young age, Jessica Fallico (pictured recently) spoke in a flawless French accent in the advert. She is now in her thirties and works as a theatre director

All grown up: Despite her young age, Jessica Fallico (pictured recently) spoke in a flawless French accent in the advert. She is now in her thirties and works as a theatre director

Back in 2018, Jessica spoke about the advert that made her famous.

She told 2GB radio: 'I don't get recognised anymore, but as soon as people spell it out to

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