Blake Lively Kicks Off 2017 With A Mini 'Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants' Reunion

'Love your pals. Love yourself.'
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Get ready, world—2017 is already gearing up to be a year filled with epic reunions.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Blake Lively shared an adorable snap of a mini reunion with her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-stars America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn. In the photo, Blake and Amber can be seen cuddling up to each other while FaceTiming with America, and just in case there was any question, the caption makes it clear that the group is just as close as ever.

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"This year has taught us a lot. But it's reminded us to practice something we've always known. 'Love your pals. Love yourself,'" the actress wrote, quoting the film. "Happy 2017."

Both America and Amber later reposted the photo to their own Instagram accounts, adding a few sweet words of their own.

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"FaceTiming with my [sisters] right after midnight is the best way to start off the year," Amber wrote.

"Together for the new year come hell or highwater," America added, along with the hashtags #HermanasdelosPantalones, #facetime, #2017, and #missingAlexis, referring to Alexis Bledel, the missing "sister" from the snap.

Despite the first Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants film coming out in 2005, and the sequel in 2008, all four stars have stayed incredibly close over the years, reuniting whenever possible and continuously showing their love and support for one another. And their close personal relationship may just lead to a continuation of their professional one, as well: As recently as last summer, both Blake and Amber teased the possibility of a third Traveling Pants film—which would, of course, be a perfect homage to their friendship IRL.

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"There is a strong chance there might be a third," Blake said in a radio interview. "The four of us are still best friends, and to be able to create something together again has always been a dream of ours; but it would have to be something that really made sense. If you wait this long to do a third movie, it needs to honor the story and the legacy."

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