Ben Savage and Matthew Lawrence have a mini Boy Meets World reunion

Fans of flannel shirts and floppy fringes, we have some excellent news for you…

Yup, this is the revelation that ’90s bros Ben Savage and Matthew Lawrence staged a mini-Boy Meets World reunion this weekend.

The former co-stars hung out at Lawrence and fiance Cheryl Burke’s engagement party in Los Angeles ― with Savage posting the evidence on his Instagram account.

His caption read: “Congratulations on your engagement @matthewlawrence. So happy for you and @cherylburke”

Congratulations on your engagement @matthewlawrence. So happy for you and @cherylburke

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Savage played Corey Matthews on Boy Meets World, while Lawrence took the role of Jack Hunter.

After debuting in 1993, the show ran for seven seasons and 158 episodes, making it one of the longest-running teen shows of the ’90s.

The programme is set to celebrate 18 years since it aired its final episode this year, but some members of the cast only reprised their roles a few years ago.

Debuting in 2014, a female-focused spin-off to the series enabled Ben Savage to return as Corey Matthews.

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Boy Meets World, 1993-2000

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Boy Meets World | 1993-2000

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Titled Girl Meets World, the show ran for three seasons on the Disney Channel, but following declining ratings it was cancelled in 2017.

Speaking to Digital Spy in 2014, Savage revealed he was worried about damaging the legacy of the original.

“Throughout the years, there had been talks about bringing the cast back for a reunion or a movie of the week special or some sort,” he said.

“I don’t think any of us really wanted to do it because I think we really wanted to protect the legacy of the show, and keep the memory alive.”

He added: “I think if we had done something like that, I think it would have been fun for about a night, and then people would have been like, ‘OK…'”

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