Cheryl Burke is ready to add some brothers to her family. The longtime Dancing with the Stars pro dancer, who is set to marry actor Matthew Lawrence later this year, posted a sweet photo to Instagram to reveal that she is happy that she will soon have two brothers—the actor’s siblings Joey and Andrew Lawrence.
Burke, who comes from a family of all girls, captioned a photo of herself, her fiancé, and his two famous siblings by writing that she is “excited” to get two brothers in the process when she says “I do” to Matthew Lawrence. The photo posted by Burke appears to be from the couple’s engagement party, E! News reports.
Matthew Lawrence and his brothers were all child stars, so the photo also serves as a bit of nostalgia for fans of 1990s TV.
Burke’s fiancé, Matthew Lawrence, famously played Jack Hunter on the ABC sitcom Boy Meets World. His older brother, Joey, had a successful sitcom career on NBC’s Blossom from 1990 to 1995. And even Andrew, the youngest of the bunch at age 31, starred with his real-life bros in the 1995 sitcom Brotherly Love and the Disney Channel original movies Horse Sense and Jumping Ship. More recently, Matthew and Andy Lawrence also both appeared on Joey’s sitcom Melissa and Joey, but in different episodes.
While Cheryl Burke is marrying into an acting family, she’ll probably want to keep the dancing as her thing. Burke previously told Entertainment Tonight that she has no plans to try to teach her fiancé Matthew how to dance for their wedding day. Burke joked that her man “might run away” if she scares him off with her strict dancing techniques.
“We may never get married if I teach him how to dance!” Burke joked. “I just turn into a different person when I’m teaching, so I’m a lot harder.”
Of course, Burke’s future brother-in-law Joey might be able to give the groom some quick tips on a quickstep. Joey Lawrence competed on the third season of Dancing with the Stars back in 2006, finishing in third place with pro dancer Edyta Sliwinska. The eldest Lawrence brother later hosted a dance competition show, Master of Dance, which aired on TLC in 2008.
But, ballroom dance moves aside, Joey Lawrence told E! News that all of the Lawrence brothers know how to bring it on the dance floor.
“He’s a good dancer actually,” Joey said of Matthew. “We can move. You either feel it or you don’t and I think that for some reason we were born feeling it.”