See 'Mrs. Doubtfire's Stars Lisa Jakub, Matthew Lawrence and Mara Wilson Reunite More Than 30 Years Later

Lisa Jakub, Matthew Lawrence and Mara Wilson had a 'little reunion' over 30 years after starring alongside the late Robin Williams.

The Hillards had a mini family reunion! On Wednesday, Mrs. Doubtfire stars Lisa Jakub, Matthew Lawrence and Mara Wilson came together for a group photo over 30 years after playing siblings in the Robin Williams-led comedy film in 1993.

"We had a little reunion. 🥰 30 years later and my Mrs. Doubtfire family still feels like family," Lisa, 45, captioned a post of the three former child stars on Threads.

Lisa, who starred as oldest child Lydia Hillard, also shared a photo of the three with Matthew's brothers, Joey and Andrew Lawrence, on her Instagram page. In her caption, she explained that she and Mara will appear on an upcoming episode of the brothers' The Brotherly Love Podcast. 

"The sisters had so much fun hanging out with the brothers. @marawilson and @matthewlawrence still feel like my siblings- even 30 years after filming Mrs Doubtfire," she wrote alongside the post. "And @andrewlawrence and @joeylawrence are just part of the extended family. I had a great time doing the @officialbrotherlylovepod and can't wait to share it with you. ♥️"

Mara, 36, shared the same photo on her Instagram page, writing, "So funny that the same week I went to San Francisco, I got to reunite with my Doubtfire siblings!"

"It's always a joy to see @lisa.jakub and @matthewlawrence, and always so much fun to be on @officialbrotherlylovepod," she added.

Mrs. Doubtfire became an instant classic when fans fell in love with the title father character (the late Robin Williams) who disguises himself as a female housekeeper named Mrs. Doubtfire to spend time with his children, Lydia (Lisa), Chris (Matthew, now 44), and Natalie (Mara), who are in the custody of his former wife, Miranda (Sally Field).

It isn't the first time that the cast of the iconic film have reunited in some form. 

Back in 2018, some of Williams' Mrs. Doubtfire co-stars reunited for the 25th anniversary of the popular film where they shared that Williams, who died by suicide in 2014 at the age of 63, was very open about his struggles.

Matthew shared that Williams imparted some serious advice to the then-child star.

"Robin was like a guiding source," he explained. "He would just all of a sudden, out of the blue look over and be like, 'Don't do drugs. They really messed up my brain, I'm serious. Do not do them.' That stuck with me."

Pierce Brosnan, who played Miranda's new love interest, Stu, in the movie, shared a few behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the event on his Instagram page. 

"Guess who? Today, after 25 years, I gathered around a table in the company of three beautiful young people, to talk story about a film that has touched the hearts of so many," Pierce captioned his post at the time. "Sally is on tour with her new book. Robin is in heaven making the angels laugh and was spoken of with the fondest of love and sweet memories." 

Lisa also shared a sweet video of Pierce showing a photo of the youngsters from the film's 1993 premiere before panning up to them in real life. 

"At the premiere of Mrs. Doubtfire. And here we are, we pull back slowly and ta da!" Pierce says in the clip, showing the kids grown up. "Love you, love you all so much. So good to be part of your lives. I want to get into the picture as well."

"Our stepdad!" Mara calls him. 

In 2021, Lisa shared with Yahoo Entertainment how Robin used his struggles with anxiety and depression to help her battle through her own.

"Robin was everything that you would hope he would be, and he was very open and honest with me about his issues with anxiety and depression," Lisa told the outlet. "I was able to share with him that anxiety was something that I struggled with, and he would talk to me about mental health issues in a way that 14-year-olds aren't usually used to adults being really open about those sorts of personal experiences with them."

Lisa said that Robin talked to her about his experience with addiction and substance abuse, a topic that Lisa said was important to know about as a child star. The actress, who went on to star in movies like Independence Day, eventually stepped away from Hollywood after the toll it took on her mental health.

"He was very insistent in making sure that I knew that substances were not going to help. That that was a route that he had gone with addiction and that it just made everything worse," the mental health advocate shared. "And I think as a 14-year-old kid actor, it's a really good story to get, a really good message to hear, because that does tend to be a well-worn path for a lot of kid actors."

Robin Williams in 'Mrs. Doubtfire' - 20th Century-Fox/Getty Images

"I feel like that is one of the ways I'm kind of paying forward some of the things that Robin taught me by being so open," she said of her work teaching mental health workshops to help others cope with anxiety and depression.

Chris Columbus, Mrs. Doubtfire's director, revealed last November that he and Robin had been developing a potential sequel to the beloved film before the actor's death.

"We had a script that was written and it was the last time I saw Robin," the director told Business Insider. "I went to his house and we sat down and talked about it, and the script was really strong."

"But then Robin passed away so there will never be a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire," he added.