Mrs. Doubtfire’s children unrecognizable as they reunite 30 years after film’s release


The adorable child stars of popular 90s film Mrs. Doubtfire have shared a photo of themselves 30 years after the hit movie was released – and they look totally unrecognizable.

In the 1993 Hollywood film, the late actor Robin Williams plays Daniel Hilliard, who poses as a Scottish nanny called Mrs. Doubtfire to be closer to his children after his wife Miranda (Sally Field) divorces him.

Robin has dressed up in women’s clothes and wore prosthetic makeup to fool Miranda and her children – Lydia, Chris and Natalie – and he’s gotten himself into a lot of hilarious scrapes around their house.

Now, former child stars Lisa Jakub, who played older sister Lydia, Matthew Lawrence, who played Chris, and Natalie star Mara Wilson, have come together for a sweet photo taken at a 90s convention.

They were seen smiling as they stood side by side in the sweet snap of “family”.

Mrs. Doubtfire was released in 1993

The trio have also had very different careers since their days on the set of Mrs. Doubtfire but get together regularly.

Lydia star Lisa, now 43, is now a yoga teacher, speaker and writer and author who penned her autobiography titled You Look Like That Girl.

The child actress was expelled from her high school when she got the role of Lydia due to her time off filming.

Despite this, she acted in a series of films, including Independence Day, before quitting acting at the age of 22.

Matthew, now 43, who played Chris in the blockbuster, starred in the TV series Brotherly Love between 1995 and 1997 with his siblings,

He then starred in the 2002 film The Hot Chick.

He also starred in a sitcom starring his brother Melissa & Joey, between 2011 and 2014.

Mrs. Doubtfire was one of Williams' biggest and best hits
Mrs. Doubtfire was one of Williams’ biggest and best hits

After Mrs. Doubtfire Mara shot to fame after starring in Roald Dahl’s adaptation of Matilda.

She later took a 12-year hiatus after the sad death of her beloved mother before returning to acting to voice characters in the 2018-2019 Big Hero 6 anime television series.

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