Double take ... literally! Twins Brittany Daniel and Cynthia Daniel, 40, look like they've barely aged a bit since starring in the 1994 teen series "Sweet Valley High," based off of Francine Pascal's series of novels.

The show went off the air in 1997, and now, close to 20 years later the actress siblings are still as close as ever and running their own Instagram page called The Twin Travelers.

The account features photos of the beautiful blondies along their journeys together, with the bio reading, "Original Sweet Valley High twin sisters living our best life traveling the world."

Holiday weekend hang time with family and friends. #4thofjuly #family #summer #twins

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Since her days playing Elizabeth Wakefield on "Sweet Valley High," Cynthia got hitched to fellow actor Cole Hauser in 2006. The couple had three kids together: Ryland, Colt, and Steely Hauser.

Rather than stay on the acting train, Cynthia opted to leave life on the small screen and become a photographer after her popularity on the hit show.

Brittany, on the other hand, kept pursuing her career in entertainment post her Jessica Wakefield days.

She recently finished up a run on the BET series "The Game," and has starred in hit laugh-out-loud movies like "Joe Dirt" in 2001, and it's follow up "Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser" in 2015.

Brittany was also in the 2004 flick "White Chicks" directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans, who she then went on to date for quite some time.

Nowadays, Brit is focusing on her family and friends after taking some time off in 2011, to fight a battle with stage IV non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Fortunately, she's been in remission since 2014, and is back to work.

Keep up with the girls, along with the rest of their 17,000 followers, on Instagram.