Lindsay Lohan honors late ‘Parent Trap’ costar Natasha Richardson on what would have been her 58th birthday

Lindsay Lohan, Natasha Richardson
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Lindsay Lohan is remembering her late “The Parent Trap” costar Natasha Richardson.

The “Mean Girls” actress took to Instagram to pay tribute to Richardson on what would have been her 58th birthday.

The late star portrayed Lohan’s mother in the 1998 film.

“Happy Birthday Angel 🙏 #natasharichardson 💙,” the 34-year-old captioned a photo of herself alongside Richardson from the movie.

In the 1998 remake of the 1961 film, Lohan played twins Hallie and Annie who were separated as kids and now work to get their divorced parents (Richardson and Dennis Quaid) back together.

In 2009, Richardson sustained a head injury while skiing in Canada. She was flown to a New York hospital and died from traumatic brain injury on March 18th, 2009 at age 45.

At the time of her death, Richardson was married to actor Liam Neeson. The couple shared two sons: Micheál, now 25, and Daniel, now 24.

Andy Cohen, who was good friends with Richardson, also paid tribute to the “Maid In Manhattan” star with a series of photos of the pair hanging out through the years.

“Happy Heavenly Birthday #NatashaRichardson ♥️😇 Those were the Glory Days…,” Cohen captioned the shots which included pics alongside Sarah Jessica Parker and “3rd Rock from the Sun” star Kristen Johnston.

Last year, Lohan and the cast of “The Parent Trap” reunited for a virtual reunion where they touched on Richardson’s legacy.

“Natasha had such an elegance and grace, and she was so maternal to me,” Lohan said during the event, according to Us Weekly.

“[She was] somebody so giving and glad to be there and transmitted that joy of being able to do what we do,” added Quaid. “It just made everything that much better.”

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