'All in the Family's' Danielle Brisebois Celebrates International Daughters Day with a Pic of Her Twin Girls
Danielle Brisebois' twin daughters went all out for International Daughters Day with a synchronized jump in the air while wearing matching outfits.
Danielle Brisebois, 50, has the most adorable twin girls and she's always eager to share photos of them via social media. When International Daughters Day came around, she took things to another level.
The former "All in the Family" star shared a picture of her girls Lola and Charlotte twinning out with matching outfits as they jumped up into the air. The post is found below.
Matching in style for International Daughters Day
The girls wore white blouses with colorful stripes and poofy sleeves. One wore blue pants while the other looked to be wearing faded denim jeans.
Both girls had their hair let loose with a bando to shift it away from their faces. One girl wore a pair of light pink tennis shoes while her sister wore shocking pink sandals.
As they jumped, they held hands and looked at each other with large grins. In the caption, Brisebois called her daughters her "loves," then said:
"I think this day is just an excuse to post more pictures! But I'll take it #nationaldaughtersday"
Danielle Brisebois' life after "All in the Family"
The former child star has been making waves as a songwriter since deciding to leave the small screen at age 18. Brisebois got started in Hollywood when she was just seven years old.
After "All in the Family," she starred in the spinoff, "Archie Bunker's Place." Soon enough, Brisebois realized her passion lay in songwriting, and she risked it all to pursue a new career.
The actress is behind hits like Natasha Bedingfield's "Unwritten" and "Pocketful of Sunshine" as well as songs for Kelly Clarkson, Mandy Moore, and Paula Abdul.
The Golden Globe nominee more recently wrote the song "Lost Stars" for the movie "Begin Again," released in 2014. It earned her an Academy Award nomination for it.
Her personal life and adorable twins
It was while co-writing the song alongside British songwriter and producer Nick Lashley that Brisebois found love. She and Brisebois got married in 2008.
Her social media shows that little Lola is already interested in entertainment. We're glad to know her mom would be supportive and is always so loving to her beautiful children.