Original Gerber baby turns 93

Ann Turner Cook was just 4-months-old when her face became famous.

The original Gerber baby Ann Turner Cook celebrated her 93rd birthday on Wednesday.

The woman, who is still portrayed in the brand's iconic trademark logo, first rose to fame for her face when she was just 4-months-old.

Gerber shared a photo on the brand's Instagram to celebrate Cook's big day.

"For over 90 years, it’s been our pleasure to welcome countless babies to our ever-growing Gerber family," the caption said. "Our dedication to each and every generation of little ones has long been part of our heritage, and we’ll always take time to celebrate a true classic!"

The iconic charcoal sketch was first created by Cook's neighbor, Dorothy Hope Smith, who specialized in children's portraits and submitted the sketch to Gerber, according to the company.

The irresistible baby first appeared on Gerber products in 1928 and became the company's official trademark in 1931.