Fans of the 1998 film "The Parent Trap" may have been doing a double take on Sunday thanks to Lindsay Lohan.

The actress took a trip down memory lane over the weekend to visit her big-screen home in the classic Disney film.

"A trip down memory lane #sundayfunday," she shared on Instagram. "#theparenttrapmovie Annie's house but it was number 7 in the movie."

A trip down memory lane #sundayfunday #theparenttrapmovie "Annie's house" but it was number 7 in the movie

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In the image, the now 29-year-old Lindsay stands outside the beautiful London home, and it will certainly give fans of the film flashbacks.

In the movie, Lindsay played both Hallie and Annie, biological twins who didn't know each other existed. Hallie lived in Napa, Calif., with her father Nick Parker (Dennis Quaid). Annie lived with her mom Elizabeth James (the late Natasha Richardson) in London. The girls (well, girl, in real life) hatch a plan to get their parents back together.

The film was actually a remake of a 1961 film of the same name.

The once-troubled actress seems to always have a soft spot in her heart for the film and her two characters. In late April she posted a photo from the film to her Instagram to honor Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday.

"#throwbackthursday #theparenttrap always reminds me of london and Buckingham palace. #happybirthdayyourmajesty," she wrote.

Recently, she also posted a Dubsmash video where she recited lines from the movie.

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"Actually, we're all fine in here," she shared in Annie's voice. "Unless Hallie Parker knows something we don't know."

The frequent trips down memory lane are certainly nostalgic, but reports claim that Lindsday could have new material in the not-too-distant future.

"She's taken time off, really focused on her healthy lifestyle and is ready to get back to work," a source told the New York Post in May. "She will never move back [to Los Angeles] - it's a very unsafe place for her with a lot of bad memories, but there's still interest in the studios to work with her."

Egor Tarabasov, whom Lindsay got engaged to in April, has been a big supporter of her attempt to reinvent herself.

"Egor is not a good influence, he's a great influence," Michael Lohan, Lindsay's father, said earlier this year. "He has a lot of strong connections in Russia - these are big people and they're very supportive [of her career]. He wants things to be in the right place for Lindsay and he's wise beyond his years."