- Rhianna and Natasha Cullen feature in the TV advert which aired for the first time on Friday
- It was the first acting role they'd gone for
- Their mum tried to manage their expectations in case they weren't successful!
12-year-old twin girls appear in a new TV advert for British Airways - despite it being the first acting role they'd gone for.
The advert celebrates the airline's 100th anniversary, and Rhianna and Natasha Cullen star alongside a host of celebrities.
Famous faces in the advert include Gary Oldman, Olivia Colman, Anthony Joshua, Ellie Simmonds, Nicola Adams, the first Briton in space - Helen Sharman and the rapper and actor Riz Ahmed.
The twins go to the Royal School for the Deaf in Derby and they got the part, which was originally meant for just one actor, after attending two auditions and beating off competition from lots of hearing actors using British Sign Language (BSL).
The girls filmed their part in just 20 minutes, impressing the director and crew.
Their mum says the girls hope to be in a programme like EastEnders or Emmerdale one day.
The advert marks 100 years since British Airways started flying and aims to highlight British values and ideals.