Three girls who who battled cancer went viral after posing in a touching photograph have reunited once again.

Rheann Franklin, 9, Ainsley Peters, 7, and Rylie Hughey, 6, posed in a photograph taken by Lora Scantling in 2014 that went viral. All three girls were battling cancer, and Scantling wanted to raise awareness with her photography.

The three Oklahoma girls were strangers before that 2014 photo shoot. They have since reunited every year to recreate the photo and update people around the world on their progress.

Rehann, Ainsley and Rylie were all battling different types of cancer. They are all now cancer free.

“We try to do something a little bit different each year,” Scantling told the “Today” show.

This year, the girls posed with a gold ribbon.

Their dresses for the shoot are donated every year by Holly Davis at Penelope Children’s Boutique in Oklahoma City.

“The girls absolutely have a blast getting together!” Scantling said. “They have a special and amazing bond that is just incredible to watch.

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