'Father of the Bride' Co-Stars Kimberly Williams Paisley, Steve Martin and Martin Short Reunite

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Our '90s-loving hearts are fluttering!

Kimberly Williams-Paisley reunited with her onscreen father and wedding planner over the weekend and we can't stop gushing over it.

The 45-year-old actress snapped a photo with her Father of the Bride co-stars, Steve Martin and Martin Short, on Sunday night in Nashville.

"Loved seeing my former costars @SteveMartinToGo & @themartinshort at the Opryhouse tonight for their show in #Nashville," she tweeted.

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As fans may remember, Martin played Williams-Paisley's dad, George Banks, in the two Father of the Bride films. Short portrayed the always-hilarious wedding planner, Franck Eggelhoffer.

The dynamic duo of Martin and Short are currently on a comedy tour together.

Does this fun "family" reunion mean we'll see a third film in the franchise? Unfortunately, we shouldn't hold our breath.

"I don't think that's gonna happen," Martin admitted to Entertainment Tonight. "I'd have to play a grandfather - do I want to do that? Yeah, of course I do, but I think we've seen enough."

"But you know, I think another generation will make that movie again," the 71-year-old actor said.

What does his onscreen daughter have to say?

"Totally, I would want to do a third one," she exclaimed. "I would love to see it!"

George Banks did have another little girl in the second movie — named Megan — so we could easily see how a third film would work! Would you watch another sequel?

[H/T: Twitter / @reasontoshine_]

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