The Romijn-O’Connells Celebrate UNO’s 40th Anniversary

08/21/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
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Since it was created in 1971, families across the globe have been playing the UNO card game. Even celebrities including Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell recently got in on the fun with 2½-year-old twin daughters Charlie Tamara Tulip and Dolly Rebecca Rose.

Love the game too? In celebration of the iconic game’s 40th anniversary, Mattel has launched a 40 Days of UNO Tournament that they’re currently hosting on their Facebook page. When the competition is over, they will crown a champion who will win a big prize.

TELL US: Do you have fond memories of playing UNO as a kid? Do you play with your kids now?

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Steph on

Beautiful family!

Laura on

Very cute picture but I just don’t think there is any way those 2 year olds know how to play Uno!!

Jules on

My son loves UNO and I remember playing it as a kid – my son has learned to outsmart me with pick four cards and reverses. Hes pretty good at it. Ww have a lot of fun with it!

Heather on

could this be any more staged? they’re pointing the uno cards RIGHT at the camera. what a joke

Rilal on

I agree with Heather — this photo is ridiculously staged.

Maggie on

Well, duh. It’s just like the Denise Richards/Bonpoint post a little further down the page. They’re obviously being paid or given freebies to promote this. (It’s obvious from the text too.) I don’t think it’s meant to appear casual/unstaged…

Shannon on

LOL! Who holds cards like that?

Jillian on

Shannon, how do you hold ya cards?

MiB on

You can play go-fish with Uno cards too, and there are 2,5 year olds who can play that. Just sayin..

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