It's time for Noah Centineo to enjoy all the ice cream he's loved before.
The actor shared on Instagram on Sunday, Jan. 17 that he recently underwent surgery to remove his tonsils after years of enduring throat-related illness.
"Got my tonsils taken out 2 days ago," he wrote. "Goodbye chronic tonsillitis and strep throat. I hope you enjoyed your free stay for the last 7 years."
The 24-year-old star of To All the Boys I've Loved Before posted a carousel that included footage of him appearing quite groggy while in a hospital bed and gown.
"All right, all done," he told the camera, opening wide to show off the new look of his mouth. "Finished it."
This has already been a busy 2021 for the actor, who is set to reprise his role as Peter in To All the Boys: Always and Forever, opposite Lana Condor's Lara Jean. The trailer dropped last week ahead of the Netflix movie's Feb. 12 release and showed Lara Jean deciding whether to join Peter at Stanford in the popular film franchise's third installment.
Additionally, Noah took part in a GQ interview that was published on Jan. 13, in which he opened up about a memorable but definitely creepy moment. Shortly after the initial To All the Boys film's release in 2018, a group of five fans apparently tracked Noah's flight and spotted him at the airport, at which point they attempted to follow him to his home.