It's a painful reminder knowing that Millie Bobby Brown is only 14 years old and already more successful than us, but it's one that we will accept because we love her so much.
Now, she's making history by becoming the youngest person ever to make TIME's 100 most Influential People list. Surprisingly, it's not even just her role as Eleven on Stranger Things that got her onto the list.
Off the screen, Millie supports movements like the American Civil Liberties Union, GLAAD and March For Our Lives.
Her tribute was written by one of her biggest fans, Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul. "The First time I met Millie Bobby Brown was inside an ice cream shop. My wife and I had superfanned her, like most of the public did when they first saw her onscreen in Stranger Things. We asked if she wanted to meet up, and she said yes. We screamed. We picked a little ice cream shop in New York City, and then, suddenly, we were all together.
"The moment we started speaking, I realised we were in the wrong setting. I thought, oh, she's 12, let's get ice cream. No. She may have been 12 in years, but her spirit and mind were timeless. A wise woman was speaking from her cherubic face. It was like speaking to a future mentor with a perspective and groundedness that I could only have dreamed of at that age. Or at any age, if I'm being honest.
"Maybe that's why she's such an extraordinary actor. She somehow understands the human experience as if she has lived it for a thousand years. I'm proud to know her. To call her a friend. To call her my adopted daughter."
Congratulations Millie! You deserve it hun.