McGhee Sextuplets Recreate Iconic Family Photo 6 Years Later

The family was the first family to have sextuplets in Columbus, Ohio.

— -- Their iconic photograph broke the internet in 2010. And to celebrate their sixth birthday today, the McGhee sextuplets posed for yet another adorable family photo.

Parents Mia and Rozonno McGhee and their sextuplets — Rozonno Jr., Josiah, Madison, Olivia, Isaac and Elijah — appeared in similar poses in the new photo shoot.

While the original photo showed the naked newborns sleeping on their father, with their mother looking on lovingly, this time around, the siblings donned nude-colored tank tops and blue jeans.

Photographer Brian Killian, who snapped the family's photo in 2010 with the help of his wife, Janine Killian, told ABC News it was "fun to work with them again."

"Those children are so lovable," the photographer of 25 years added. "They just want to hug you. They're full of love and full of joy. They were great."

Brian Killian said the new photo took 15 minutes to shoot. He and his wife photographed two siblings at a time, and the final image was pulled together with some Photoshop magic.

"That’s how the original image was done too," he said.

The "Growing Up McGhee" stars became household names for being the first set of sextuplets born in Columbus, Ohio.