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The Game of Thrones alum, 24, proudly showed off her love for Hannah Montana on her Instagram Story Tuesday, sharing a selfie in which she wore a shirt featuring the fictional singer, from designer Jalonisdead.
Next to an image of Hannah pointing sat photos of her real-life counterpart, Miley Cyrus, in various envelope-pushing ensembles throughout the years.
"Thanks to the hubbs of the year for my early Xmas gift," Turner wrote at the top of the snapshot.
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Earlier this month, the new mom shared a slideshow of throwback images that included a never-before-seen shot taken during her pregnancy. In the latter photo, Turner showed off her bare baby bump as she snapped a selfie in front of a bathroom mirror while Joe, 31, stood beside her, gently resting his chin on her shoulder.
Turner also included a picture from their surprise Las Vegas wedding in the slideshow, in which the couple posed in front of a colorful cake bearing Joe's surname.
"Felt like we needed some content on this page ... enjoy these throwbacks," she wrote on her Instagram.
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As for Hannah, although Cyrus — who was just 13 at the start of the Disney Channel show — hasn't always looked back fondly on her star-making role in Hannah Montana, she has learned to embrace it over the years.
"I had to evolve because Hannah was larger than life, larger than me. I felt like I was never going to amount to the success of Hannah Montana," she said in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, in part.
But she definitely did — and she looks back with gratitude. "When my peers are having these experiences and accepting themselves because of something that I demonstrated while they were a kid, that's when I go, 'S---, I f---ing am Hannah Montana,' " continued Cyrus, 28.
"Really, Hannah Montana was not a character," she added. "The concept of the show, it's me. I've had to really come to terms with that and not be third-person about it."