Charlotte Grace Prinze
Sarah Michelle Gellar may not be back to play Buffy Summers, but she is returning to the small screen after an eight year absence.
We can all admit that we miss the days of the fierce female vampire slayer — all this Twilight takeover hasn’t dodged our Buffy memories! But there’s good news! Sarah Michelle Gellar, 34, is returning to TV with the new CW series Ringer and it’s all thanks to mommyhood!
Not to mention she’s married to 90s teenage heart throb Freddie Prinze Jr! Sarah Michelle Gellar has starred in hit movies like I Know What You Did Last Summer and Cruel Intentions, but is most recognized for playing Buffy in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, for which she recieved a Golden Globe nomination.
Those brown eyes, that dark hair. Charlotte is the spitting image of her hunky dad, Freddie. And she’s just as cute to boot!
Wow! Another adorable daddy-daughter look-alike! Sarah Michelle Gellar, 33, stepped out with baby Charlotte Grace, 1, in New York City yesterday, March 17, and all we could think about was how much she looks like her daddy, 90s teen heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr, 35. Right?
Hint: This little doll is quite a prinzess!
This cutie has not one but two famous parents. “Every day I look at her in awe,” her famous mom said of the soon-to-be 1-year-old. Her actress mom, who went into labor while at the gym, and her actor father, have been married for eight years. The fashionable tot donned an animal print top at lunch at Brentwood’s Coral Tree Cafe on Sept. 3. Do you know who this celebrity baby is?!
The star of Buffy The Vampire Slayer revels in her newest and favorite role: motherhood. But is she ready to have another baby?
While it’s certainly true that all babies are totally adorable, it’s also true that some babies are more adorable than others. Case in point: Charlotte Grace Prinze, the 10-month-old daughter of Sarah Michelle Gellar and her husband of eight years, Freddie Prinze Jr. And, come on, let’s face it, with genes like that, how could little Charlotte not be a total stunner?