• Jazz Jennings reunited with her sister Ari Jennings in New York City
  • The sisters posed for the camera while being surrounded by flowers
  • Jazz recently finished her first academic year at Harvard University 

Jazz Jennings had a blast when she took a break from studying and spent time with her big sister Ari Jennings in the Big Apple.

The 21-year-old reality star, who is pursuing a degree at Harvard University, took to Instagram Monday to share an update about her personal life. She uploaded a photo she took with her 26-year-old sister Ari in New York City. The siblings looked happy as they flashed smiles while sitting on a bench surrounded by flowers.

“Thanks for being such an incredible role model of what it means to be a strong and powerful woman. You’re the best big sis evaaaa. Love you forever,” Jazz captioned the post.

Ari reciprocated her younger sister for her sweet words by commenting, “Love [you] so so much, so happy I am getting to spend time with you.”

Fans also showered the post with positive messages as many of them felt happy that the Jennings sisters got to reunite.

“You both are so gorgeous,” one wrote.

“You’re both amazing young women. God bless you and your amazing family,” another added.

“Your sister is the sweetest!!! Also, love this picture of y’all,” a third user commented.

A day before, Jazz’s brother Sander, 24, took the time to congratulate his three siblings for their recent accomplishments. He shared a photo of the four of them and accompanied it with a lengthy caption.

Sander congratulated Jazz for completing her first year at Harvard. He then applauded his twin brother, Griffen, for finishing his second semester of law school. Finally, he complimented Ari for finishing her first year in her second master's degree in experimental psychology.

As the siblings got to relax and spend some time away from their personal endeavors, fans wondered if they could find time to work on their family’s reality show.

TLC has yet to issue an official statement renewing “I Am Jazz” for Season 8, according to Unfortunately, the siblings did not drop hints about a possible new season in their recent posts.

When their mom, Jeanette Jennings, was interviewed earlier this year about their reality series, she admitted that it would be impossible for them to film content for the show while Jazz is studying at Harvard.

“I can say this, that it’s really in our hands, to put it that way. It’s really what Jazz wants to do, so it could be. But if she’s like tied up with summer school or something, they can’t film up at Harvard. They’re not allowed to … have cameras up there. Without her, we wouldn’t have a show,” Jeanette said.

Last month, Sander seemingly hinted that they are not done sharing their story when he posted a video showing his family’s transformation from 2013 to 2022 on his Instagram.

“Our family is so blessed to have the platform to share our story. It’s up to all of us to rise up and continue to spread equality through unconditional love and allyship,” he captioned the post.

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