Sarah Michelle Gellar On Her Children, The ‘Grease’ Theory, And Being A Celebrity Entrepreneur

Sarah Michelle Gellar can’t get enough of her 7-year-old daughter, according to Pop Sugar. The Buffy the Vampire Slayer star has recently shared a sweet message for daughter Charlotte Grace Prinze.

Sarah Michelle Gellar got all emotional on the day of her daughter’s 7th birthday last month, sharing an Instagram post about her daughter Charlotte Grace Prinze, whom she shares with husband Freddie Prinze Jr.

Sarah Michelle Gellar gave birth to Charlotte Grace Prinze in 2009, but she is no less excited about her daughter’s birthday even seven years later. The 39-year-old actress, who is best known for her iconic role of Buffy, took to Instagram to share a throwback pic of herself and her daughter as a baby.

Sarah Michelle Gellar wrote in the caption that every time she needs a miracle, she looks into her daughter’s eyes to “realize I’ve already created one.” Charlotte Grace Prinze is not the only child of the actress and her husband Freddie Prinze Jr., as they also have a four-year-old son, Rocky.

She may be a great mother but never ask Sarah Michelle Gellar to share fan theories, according to ET Online. The 39-year-old actress surprised every sane person living in this world with her crazy Grease fan theory.

Sarah Michelle Gellar took to Facebook to share the Grease fan theory, which suggests Sandy Olsson is dead and that the events in the film actually took place in Sandy’s head.

Sarah Michelle Gellar herself admitted that this theory had blown her mind, explaining that the theory suggests that Sandy is dead. At the end of the film, Danny Zuko and Sandy are waving goodbye to their friends in a red convertible, which may suggest that the flying car was the final result of Sandy’s imagination.

“During the song ‘Summer Nights,’ Danny and Sandy recount how they first met and started a summer fling.”

Sarah Michelle Gellar also argues that the line “I saved her life, she nearly drowned” can mean only one thing: Sandy actually drowned, and all the events in the film are just a musical fantasy in Sandy’s head because her brain lacks oxygen.

“The flying red convertible also suggests that Sandy is happily being whisked away to heaven at the end of the movie.”

In other news, being a celebrity makes it harder to start a business, says Sarah Michelle Gellar, according to Forbes. The Buffy the Vampire Slayer star, who cooperates with such organizations as No Kid Hungry and Good+ Foundation, revealed her struggles as a new entrepreneur.

Sarah Michelle Gellar may be one of the most famous TV stars from the early 2000s, but it doesn’t mean starting a business was easy for her. The actress cofounded Foodstirs alongside Galit Laibow and Gia Russo in October, 2015, and now she has learned what the business world is all about.

In her interview with Forbes, Sarah Michelle Gellar explained her decision to start her own business by saying that she has always been “driven” to step outside her “comfort zone.”

“As I watched the world of social media grow and explode, I realized that I had this great platform to explore.”

Sarah Michelle Gellar added that just because she is a famous actress on TV it doesn’t mean acting is the only thing she is capable of. The actress complained that because she is a well-known celebrity, people didn’t always take her seriously.

“This is a huge category and I know we are on to something great, it just requires a bit of perseverance.”

Sarah Michelle Gellar continued, saying that being a celebrity puts her under a constant “microscope,” which means the process of trial and error becomes “more daunting” than for ordinary people.

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