Cynthia, who played Elizabeth Wakefield in the teen series, was at the Long Beach Grand Prix ProCeleb Race Day to support her actor hubby who was among the racers.
Plenty of famous faces turned out at the weekend to take part in the annual charity race, which sees Toyota give $5,000 in the name of every star racer to Racing For Kids. The organisation works to raise money and awareness for children's healthcare through motorsport racing.
Cynthia and son Ryland, nine, cheered on Cole from the side of the track, although the race was eventually won by Awkward actor Brett Davern.
As well as spending the day by the track, Cynthia and Cole - who are also parents to son Colt, five, attended the event's glamorous evening gala, where Cynthia (once again) looked fabulous in a floral maxi-dress.
Last week, the good-looking couple were snapped on the red carpet in Hollywood, attending the premiere of Cole's latest movie Transcendence, which co-stars Johnny Depp.
Cynthia was joined by twin sister Brittany at the event, giving us all very happy flashback memories of afternoons spent watching Elizabeth, Jessica, Lila and co. after school.
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