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Rachel And Ross’ Baby Daughter Emma From Friends Is All Grown Up Now

If you are a Friends fan, you surely remember baby Emma, the Ross Geller and Rachel Green’s child from the latter seasons of the legendary sitcom? What you might not have known is that Emma Geller-Green was actually portrayed by two twin babies!

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It was in the latest episode of the seventh season that Rachel’s pregnancy was announced. For many fans, the hopes for a Ross/Rachel romantic reunion hinged on their baby, and the bonding that they did with Emma might have played a part in the series finale outcome.

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The two character finally rekindled their romance in the last episode. Friends aired for ten seasons between 1994 and 2004 and is considered one of the best and most popular sitcoms of all time.


Due to child labor laws in the United States, it is not uncommon for baby and child characters to be played by twins. Just like Michelle in Full House, Emma Geller-Green was played by twin sisters.

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Cali and Noelle Sheldon were born on the 17th of June 2002. They are now 14 years old and both are still acting!

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Noelle Sheldon has appeared in several short films, most recently the adventure drama Rougarou. She also played a part in crime TV series, Life.


Cali Sheldon acted alongside her twin sister in Rougarou, as well as several other short films.

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Did you know Ross’ son Ben was also played by twins?
The twin boys that played Ben, Cole and Dylan Sprouse, also took part in several film projects after Friends. You have probably seen them in Adam Sandler’s movie Big Daddy and the Disney TV show The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.


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24-year-old Cole and Dylan Sprouse are not involved with acting at the moment but have said they might consider going back to it once they finish university.

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During its ten-season run, Friends was nominated for 62 Primetime Emmy Awards, winning the Outstanding Comedy Series award in 2002. The show has since made it on virtually every “Best Sitcom Of All Time” list compiled.