LiLo is giving us all the feels. On Sunday, June 5, the actress returned to a very famous location that all of us ‘Parent Trap’ fans absolutely adored. See the pic here.
Annie and Hallie returned to Elizabeth James’ house! Lindsay Lohan, who played the twins in the 1998 film, The Parent Trap, brought us all back to the twin’s mother’s house (played by the late Natasha Richardson), when she posted a pic in front of it, 18 years after the movie came out!
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The actress may be pretty private these days, but that didn’t stop her from sharing her trip that took us way back to 1998! She posted an Instagram photo outside the house where Annie James — also, Hallie Parker pretending to be Annie James — lived with her mother’s side of the family in the film.
“A trip down memory lane #sundayfunday #theparenttrapmovie “Annie’s house” but it was number 7 in the movie,” she captioned the photo.
This isn’t the first time Lindsay’s posted a throwback to the film that put her on the map. Nine months ago, she shared a photo of herself recreating the cover of the film, where one twin has a hand up to her face. ““Spa week really does wonders! 💋 #laprairieswitzerland #theparenttrap,” she wrote, showing off her flawless skin.
HollywoodLife.com recently spoke to Elaine Hendrix, AKA the evil stepmother, Meredith Blake, and she couldn’t help but rave over the professional manner that Lilo had on set, even at such a young age. “That was her very first movie,” Elaine said on our podcast. “That was really impressive for any kid that come and be professional and learn not just one role, she did two! Playing two entirely different girls. But it was Disney, it was Nancy Myers, so we worked on that movie I think like six or seven months. Working with kids, you can only work like x amount of hours and a lot of locations, and that’s just kinda how they work so that was a real luxury and it was just a dream job.”
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