"Who the heck is that?"
Some friends of mine recently went to a high school reunion, and they said that even with name tags, they were not able to place a name to the faces, and vice versa. Their school mates had morphed into completely different people, and it was like having a reunion with strangers.
The human face is fascinating and mysterious. No other species on the planet has the range of emotions that the human face has. I remember when I was a little girl, if I crossed my eyes my mother would say, "Don't do that, you'll stay that way." In some ways I think that is true. The experiences we have had over our lifetimes are etched in our faces. We wear our emotions like a permanent imprint.
One of my cousins sent me the following video of the face of the Queen as it has morphed from an infant to an 86 year-old woman. It's fascinating to watch it, and some of the greatest changes took place during the teen years and the 20s. Once the Queen got into the middle years and beyond, her face stayed much the same, only an aging version of it. It's very interesting, if you have the time to watch it.