The three child stars from the iconic Robin Williams film have reunited 30 years after the release of the box office hit.
The adorable kids from 90s hit film Mrs Doubtfire have reunited 30 years on.
The iconic comedy — starring the late Robin Williams — was released in 1993 and immediately went on to become a box office hit.
It tells the story of Robin Williams’ character, Daniel, who dresses up as a Scottish nanny in order to look after his children following his divorce from their mum.
And it was at a convention celebrating all things 90s that the child stars reunited.
Lisa Jakub, who played oldest sibling Lydia, Matthew Lawrence — who played Chris — and Mara Wilson — who played Natalie — posed standing in a row to recreate a family photo.
The trio have had varying careers since the film came out but regularly catch up.
Perhaps the best known of the three, Mara, 34, rose to fame in the Roald Dahl adaptation, Matilda.
But she then suffered the tragic loss of her mother and only took on a couple more roles before bowing out for a 12-year break.
She shunned the limelight after a successful career and worked as a playwright, but has done some acting projects in recent years.
She recently starred in the TV series BoJack Horseman and released her book, Where Am I Now?
After the 2016 Orlando shootings in which gay men were targeted at a nightclub, Mara came out as bisexual.
Lisa, now 43, played Williams and Sally Field’s oldest child Lydia — and was just 14 when the hit film came out.
The child actress was controversially from her school when she got the part — but enjoyed a successful teenage acting career, starring in Independence Day two years later.
However, she quit acting at the age of 22 — and moved to Virginia to marry Hollywood theater manager Jeremy Jones in 2005.
Lisa now works as a yoga teacher, speaker and writer even penning an autobiography called You Look Like That Girl.
Last year she launched wellness website, Blue Mala, a resource she said she wished she’d had at her darkest moments.
Matthew played middle child Chris in the blockbuster — and was 13 when it came out.
The 42-year-old is also the middle child in real life, and his brothers Joey and Andrew are also actors.
After finding fame in Mrs Doubtfire, Matthew and his real-life siblings starred in TV series Brotherly Love — between 1995 and 1997.
He then bagged the role of Jack Hunter in Boy Meets World, between 1997 and 2000.
Matthew starred in a movie called The Hot Chick in 2002 and has most recently made appearances in his brother’s sit-com Melissa & Joey, between 2011 and 2014.
He separated from his Dancing With The Stars Wife Cheryl Burke after she filed for divorce in January.
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