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The former child stars are now 25 years old.

Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky had the cutest twins on “Full House.” But now, 21 years later, those boys are all grown up and nearly unrecognizable!

On Tuesday, Lori Loughlin, who played Nicky and Alex Katsopolis’ on-screen mom, posted an adorable then-and-now photo with the former child stars on Instagram.

“Not so little anymore,” she wrote in the caption.

No longer sporting their signature mop-cut hairstyles, the now 25-year-olds are proving to be one good-looking pair!

Just take a look at this recent photo of the duo:

Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit first appeared on “Full House” in 1992 when they were two years old. For the next three years, they were known as the adorable twins Nicky and Alex.

Following their child star days, the Tuomy-Wilhoit boys both quit acting and took on very different careers. According to E! News, Blake – who played Nicky – became a firefighter.

His brother Dylan (Alex), on the other hand, became a foley artist. According to IMDB, he has worked in the sound department for movies, such as “Furious 7,” and big TV shows, such as “Black Sails” and “Game of Thrones.”

A day at work. #GameofThrones

A photo posted by Dylan Clark Tuomy-Wilhoit (@dcchillinn) on

While the twins are no longer actors, they did agree to briefly reprise their roles as the beloved Nicky and Alex in Netflix’s “Full House” reboot earlier this year. Blake and Dylan’s appearance on “Fuller House” revealed that their characters had left college to get into the food truck business.

Just before the show premiered in February, John Stamos shared an Instagram photo of him with his TV sons.

The Boys are back. 9 more wake ups. #fullerhouse #NickyandAlex @netflix

A photo posted by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on

Although the twins no longer act, they are expected to appear in Season 2 of “Fuller House,” MTV reports.



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