Remember baby Emma from Friends? This is what she looks like now

The twins who played Ross and Rachel's accidental baby are now 13-years-old

Elsa Vulliamy
Thursday 14 January 2016 16:37
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More than a decade after the final episode of Friends aired, the cast have announced that they will be reuniting for a two-hour special episode.

A lot has changed in 11 years, and Cari and Noelle Sheldon, the twins who played Ross and Rachel's baby Emma, are now 13-years-old.

You might not have heard of them, but the twins have continued acting – appearing in several TV shows and short films since Friends ended.

Acting is more of a hobby than a profession, however, and the girls attend normal school. That isn't to say they don't have big dreams – Cali told Bustle that she wants to "go to UCLA and get a degree in biochemistry so I can become a chemist and cure cancer. Then I want to petition for women to be allowed into a football league. Then I'm going to write a book."

Noelle has slightly different goals – she wants to be a barista.

It is hoped that Rachel, Ross, Joey and the gang will be coming together again for an episode that is scheduled for Sunday 21 February, it was announced at the Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday.

NBC chief Robert Greenblatt expressed some concerns that it may not be possible to have all the actors "in the same room at the same time" due to scheduling, but hopes that the whole group can reunite.

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