These 'Sisterhood' Co-Stars Marched Together

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On Saturday, Jan. 21, people across the country participated in Women's Marches designed to bring awareness to human rights issues. The marches led to many celebrities hitting the streets to celebrate a good cause. In a beautiful moment of solidarity and nostalgia, it led Amber Tamblyn to find not one, but two of her Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants co-stars in the crowds in two different cities. Tamblyn reunited with Sisterhood co-stars America Ferrera and Blake Lively at the Women's March on Washington, and the New York City march, respectively. Yup, a reunion across two cities — it was even more magnificent than it sounds.

The 33-year-old actor started her day in D.C. alongside Ferrera, Amy Schumer, Amy Poehler, and the thousands of women who showed up to march. As the evening was winding down, Tamblyn shared a photo on Twitter she snapped with march artist's committee chair Ferrera, whose moving speech on immigration was met with cheers earlier in the day. "Sisterhood for life," Tamblyn captioned the photo. "For real. Forever."

It's not news the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants stars still remain close, but seeing them come together on a day all about the power of sisterhood was so inspiring. It also led to some major Traveling Pants feels. There have been talks of a third movie in the franchise being in the works forever, and Tamblyn's photos are just one more reminder it is time to see the thirtysomething pals share their magical pants again.

After leaving the D.C. march, Tamblyn headed to New York City for another round of protesting and solidarity. It was there she ran into Blake Lively, who she affectionately dubbed "Sister #2." Look at these two, their cuteness is not quantifiable.

The only sister missing was Alexis Bledel, who recently joined the cast of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale. While it would have been amazing to see Tamblyn snap pics with all three of her on-screen BFFs, two out of three isn't bad. Besides, whether or not Bledel marched, she is working on what could be one of TV's most feminist projects ever, so she's doing her part when it comes to activism as well.

As recently as November, Bledel discussed the possibility of a third movie. The girls would be older now, and possibly even have families of their own, but that only makes the premise more interesting. Hollywood needs to make the world's Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants dreams come true — these four incredible women are too amazing not to be reunited onscreen one more time.