That's true, wasn't the sun just born then?
Let's stop ages nowThe only actual photo is the 4th picture, which was taken by the Mars Express orbiter. It's a crater close to the Martian north pole featuring a lake of water ice.
The rest of the images are artists' renditions in the form of computer generated graphics and/or paintings.
It's slightly over 4 ½ billion years old. Supposedly those 100 millions of years before that it grew fairly quickly into a massive ball of fusion hydrogen by absorbing nearly all of the available matter. What a glutton.