• Jazz Jennings celebrated her brother Griffen Jennings' achievement on Instagram
  • The LGBT rights activist said her brother's dedication and motivation inspire her
  • Many fans left congratulatory messages on Jazz’s post

Jazz Jennings is a proud sister after her brother Griffen Jennings made it to the Florida Law Review.

The “I Am Jazz” star, 20, took to Instagram Saturday to share a photo of her and her older brother Griffen, 23, posing for the camera side by side. In the snap, Jazz was seen in a shiny silver dress, while Griffen looked dapper in his gray suit and tie. Also present in the background was Griffen’s twin brother Sander, who photobombed the snap.

“Congratulations to my brother [Griffen] on making law review. Your dedication and motivation inspires me every day. Keep transforming those visions into reality — Photobombed by [Sander],” Jazz captioned the post.

Griffen responded to his sister in the comments saying, “Thanks Jazz!! You and the family are my biggest inspirations to succeeed.”

Sander also chimed in saying, “So proud of you [Griffen].”

Many fans quickly flooded the post with positive messages. A number congratulated the reality star for the feat. Some also said that they were happy to see the siblings supporting each other.

The Florida Law Review is a bimonthly publication established in 1948 that features scholarly works from professors, practitioners and students from the University of Florida’s Fredric G. Levin College of Law.

The publication recently announced its newest members via its official Twitter account, and Griffen’s name was part of the list. It is important to note that instead of his onscreen surname, Griffen’s real last name, which is Bloshinsky, was used on the list.

Back in 2015, their mother, Jeanette Jennings, opened up to the Miami Herald about their decision to use a different surname on their TLC reality show “I Am Jazz.”

“Jennings is our pseudonym, to sort of make life easier. We try to hide our real last name as much as possible. Our last name is a very Jewish, long last name. We found it easier at this point,” Jeanette said.

Meanwhile, Sander recently disclosed the reason why he ultimately decided not to go to law school with his twin brother and follow in the footsteps of their dad Greg Jennings, who is one of the well-established and esteemed lawyers in Florida.

According to him, his “mindset changed” when he entered college and found his true calling, which led him to choose a degree in business and a master’s in digital strategy. He is currently working as a digital marketing consultant for multiple companies.

Fans will get to see more of Jazz, her twin brothers and their entire family when “I Am Jazz” returns for Season 7 later this year.

Jazz Jennings and family
Pictured: The Jennings family Greg, Jeanette, Jazz and Sander at he 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on March 28, 2019. Lisa O’Connor/AFP/Getty Images