The 'Friends' Stars Who Played Phoebe's Baby Triplets Are Now All Grown Up
Hey, remember Phoebe's triplets on Friends? It seems like just yesterday you were watching them babbling and playing with their toys, right?!
Well, what if we told you those cute little babies are actually fully grown adults now? (Yep, really. God...we feel old.)
In case you need a reminder, Phoebe (played by Lisa Kudrow) served as surrogate for her little brother Frank Jr. and his wife Alice back in season five of the much loved sitcom, giving birth to three children: Leslie, Chandler, and Frank Jr. Jr.
But what we didn't know was that the three adorable babies were actually played by quadruplets, who are now 21.
The foursome resurfaced after one of them - Alexandria Cimoch - took to TikTok to speak about her child stardom.
Currently a sophomore at University of Wisconsin - La Crosse, Alexandria's first video was all about her glamorous start in life as a TV star.
(And if you watch carefully, you'll notice she even scrolls across a very informative Tyla article in which we look back at all the former Friends stars, and where they are now. You can read that here.)
On Alexandria's TikTok, she goes on to reveal that Phoebe's brother's babies were actually played by her and her three brothers: Cole, Justin, and Paul.
'But Frank Jr. and Alice had two girls and a boy?', you might be thinking.
Well, Alexandria addresses that in the comments, too, confessing that one of her brothers actually had to play a girl, and they still laugh about it now!
Set to the iconic Friends theme tune, Alexandria's video includes several stills from the popular sitcom, including one of the three babies laying on the floor in Monica's apartment as Phoebe dotes on them, and another of Chandler (Matthew Perry) holding one of them.
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But it wasn't just the pretty incredible acting gig that caused people to flock to the comments, it was also just how much Alexandria had grown up to look like her on-screen aunt...
"U look like Phoebe OMG," one wrote.
As another quipped: "This is so iconic, and you even look kind of like Lisa Kudrow now?"
While Alexandria and her brothers played the triplets when they were babies, they were recast when the triplets came back as toddlers later in the sitcom.
None of the four are currently pursuing acting full time, although Alexandria has since been involved in many school productions - so, clearly all that time on a TV set rubbed off on her!
While the Friends cast are all immortalised on screen (and, to us, will always be kids), the fact is that everyone *has* to grow up.
So, we did some digging to find out what the rest of the cast were up to now, too!
The only kids who have completely dropped off the radar were Monica Geller and Chandler Bing's adopted off-spring from young mum Erica (Anna Faris).
Their appearance was short but sweet, and the role of the twin newborns was never credited by the show, but we do know that they'd be 15-years-old now. Yikes.
Friends buffs will know that Ross Geller and Rachel Green's daughter Emma would be turning 18 this year, according to 'The One With The Cake' (in which the little girl celebrates her first birthday with a questionable bunny cake). Her birthday would have fallen in May, to be precise.
Emma was played by two different sets of twins, Elizabeth and Genevieve Davidson, and Alexandra and Athina Conley.
And then in the final season of Friends, twin sisters Cali and Noelle Sheldon were given the role.
Like Emma, they are now 17-years-old and have gone on to have a successful career in acting, appearing in a number of short films such as 2012's Agorable and 2016's Rougarou.
As for Ben Geller? He'd be 24... that means he'd no doubt have graduated from college and working alongside his dad in the museum.
Michael Gunderson appeared in season two as Ben, and then twin brothers Charles Thomas Allen and John Christopher Allen played the toddler between seasons three and five. All three have more or less fallen off the radar and didn't pursue a career in acting.
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody star Cole Sprouse then took on the role of Ben for the rest of the sitcom, portraying him as a mischievous boy. And if you need a reminder of what he looks like now, just watch Riverdale.
They grow up so fast!
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