Candace Cameron Bure, 42, and Lori Loughlin, 53, met three decades ago on the set of Full House. They shared an adorable photo to commemorate their friendship.
In the photo, uploaded to Loughlin's account on Friday, the two actors embrace, and the caption informs her 1.6 million followers that there's nothing like a 30-year friendship.
Bure landed the role of Donna Jo Tanner, the oldest Tanner daughter, in the late eighties. One year later, Loughlin was cast as Rebecca Donaldson, Jessie's wife.
The series ran until 1995 and was picked up by Netflix in 2015 when they returned with Fuller House. Both actresses reprised their roles for the series reboot.
Since leaving the show in the mid-nineties, Bure went on to star in Cybill and Boy Meets World. She also took some time off from acting to raise her four children.
She re-appeared in the early 2000's with guest appearances in That's So Raven and Make It or Break It. Bure also competed on Dancing With The Stars four years ago and won third place.
She tied the knot with NHL hockey player, Valeri Bure, in 1996. The family-of-six live in Los Angeles. They also have a home in Napa Valley, which they use to get away from the city's hustle and bustle.
Loughlin had several smaller TV roles after Full House, such as A Stranger In The Mirror, Suddenly Susan and Seinfeld and Spin City.
The mother-of-two starred in made-for-television films as well, including Doing Time on Maple Drive, Empty Cradle and One of Her Own.
She also appeared in 22 episodes of Hudson Street, in the role of Melanie Clifford. Apart from Full House, her other big part was as Debbie Wilson in 90210.
She was married to Michael R Burns for seven years during the early nineties and eloped with fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli in 1997.
The family settled in Beverly Hills, where they raise their daughters, as well as Giannulli's son from a previous relationship. For more details, follow our official Twitter account, at AmoMama USA.