Jerry O'Connell and Rebecca Romijn may have bright careers in the spotlight but when it comes to family life, they've managed to keep it shielded from the public eye.
The pair - who have been married since 2007 - are raising twin girls, Dolly and Charlie, together and recent photos prove they're growing up fast.
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Rebecca took to Instagram with some snapshots with the 13-year-olds and their family couldn't look happier.
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Both girls are a perfect balance of their parents and while they're not identical, they each have their mother's beaming smile.
The Talk host and Star Trek actress appear to revel in family time and posted photos celebrating birthdays, vacations and the start of 7th grade last year.
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Jerry opened up to Closer about his children and how he spent more time than ever with them while home during the pandemic.
Jerry and Rebecca's twins are 13 years old
"I will say this – I was not expecting I would have to spend as much time with my children when I had kids," Jerry admitted.
"I didn’t know that this pandemic thing was going to mean that I had to be with my children all the time. They didn't tell me about that."
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But all joking aside, he told People that he "will never get this time with them ever again," and added: "I almost feel like, just because the age that they are, I'm getting a free extra year with them."
Jerry says he adores being a father to his girls
He adores having daughters and told People in 2016: "It's just so cute having girls. My relationship with them, just having little girls, and I can’t speak from experience because I only have girls but, I just think I like girls more than I like boys. So terrible to say!"
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