The Women's March on Washington on Saturday brought one beloved TV family together again.
America Ferrera was reunited with her former Ugly Betty co-stars, Ana Ortiz and Mark Indelicato, who played her onscreen sister and nephew, Hilda and Justin Suarez, on the ABC series.
"I march for family!" Ferrera captioned a pic of the reunion. "I found my #UglyBetty family @therealanaortiz & @markindelicato here at the #womensmarchdc and we're here celebrating @plannedparenthood."
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The 32-year-old actress also ran into another Ugly Betty actor at the rally, Michael Urie, who portrayed Marc St. James in the series. "Added another #uglybetty family member! Love you @michaelurielikesit #uglybettymarches #womensmarch #dc," Ferrera exclaimed.
It was like no time had passed when this group got together. In addition to Ferrera's posts, Ortiz also snapped a selfie with Indelicato, her former onscreen son, writing: "Are we having fun at #womansmarch? HELL YEAH! #ftp #reSISt @markindelicato And the night is young... @plannedparenthood party tonight!"
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Days prior to the march, Ferrera also reunited with her onscreen father, Tony Plana. "Introducing Amy's dad on Superstore!! It's @tony.plana!" she quipped. "What do you mean that's weird? I'm not following... #alternateTVuniverse #TVdad #worldscollide"
Ferrera -- who served as the D.C. march's Artists' Chair -- delivered an empowering speech during the protest at the nation's capital, which had well over half a million people in attendance.
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"Our dignity, our character, our rights have all been under attack, and a platform of hate and division assumed power yesterday. But the president is not America," she proclaimed. "His cabinet is not America. Congress is not America. We are America. And we are here to stay."
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