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Less than a year after an acrimonious separation, all is apparently well again between Rosie O'Donnell and her daughter Chelsea.

The mother-daughter duo was pictured together on June 20 along with Rosie's daughter Vivienne O'Donnell.

The family reunion took place at the 2nd Annual Fran Drescher Cancer Schmancer Sunset Cabaret Cruise on The SS Hornblower Infinity Cruise Ship in New York.

Rosie and Chelsea seem to be in a much better place than they were last year after Chelsea, then 17 years old, went missing for a week and was later found with a 25-year-old man she had met on the dating app Tinder.

At the time, Rosie was using social media to try and help find her daughter. She said at the time that Chelsea suffered from mental illness and was off of her medication. She was found in an attic of a home in New Jersey.

Rosie and Chelsea, though, could never seem to get on the same page and on the day that Chelsea turned 18, she moved in with her birth mother.

Rosie allegedly cautioned Chelsea against leaving with her birth mother Deanna and it was reported that the TV personality had cut her off financially.

Deanna's response to all questions about her daughter has been the same: "Leave my daughter out of Rosie's stuff."

Shortly after Chelsea moved, she spoke to the Daily Mail, saying of Rosie, "I find her not genuine a lot of the time. When we'd go out, she was a completely different person in public than at home and I had a hard time with that. It's like two different people.

Chelsea said her adoptive mother never engaged with her behind closed doors and she even fought back against Rosie's posts that she was mentally ill.

"Putting out there that I am mentally ill was really hurtful. People think I'm this crazy person and as I've said, I have depression and bad anxiety -- but it's been something that's gotten a lot better... I wouldn't say I'm mentally ill - I would say lots of people struggle with what I have," Chelsea explained. "I think she did that because people started asking questions and she didn't want to seem like this bad parent that had kicked her daughter out."