Jimmy Fallon married his wife, Nancy Juvonen, in 2007. They met on the set of Fallon's movie Fever Pitch, which Juvonen was producing at the time. Fallon and Juvonen have two daughters together, Frances (5) and Winnie (6).

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Since Fallon moved his talk show to home, the girls have made a few appearances in his monologues. Most recently, they were seen when Fallon tested out an Adam Sandler impression as part of his Tuesday night monologue. The Tonight Show has posted several of these clips to its Instagram account.

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Jimmy Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen's daughters make monologue cameo

The girls also made appearances last week, helping out with the show's "Thank You Notes" segment. Fallon is calling this period of the show The Tonight Show: At Home Edition.

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And, at other times, the girls steal the show entirely.

Jimmy Fallon and his family are keeping followers entertained

All of the videos attracted millions of views and many likes on Instagram. People are clearly enjoying the guest appearances of Fallon's daughters, who are helping their dad make everyone's days a little bit brighter during a difficult moment.