Say hello to Prinzess Charlotte! In light of Princess Charlotte's birth last month, actress Sarah Michelle Gellar dressed her 5-year-old daughter, who shares the same name as the newborn royal, in a funny shirt on Wednesday, June 24.
"My daughters outfit for school tomorrow," Freddie Prinze Jr.'s wife, 38, shared with fans on Instagram. "#PrincessCharlotte #PrincessCharlottePrinze." The Buffy star's hashtags were accompanied by a preview of Charlotte's Thursday outfit — a black tulle tutu-style skirt and T-shirt that read, "I was Charlotte first."
Charlotte Grace is the eldest of two kids for the I Know What You Did Last Summer couple, who married in 2002. The proud parents welcomed their second little one, son Rocky, in 2012. Of course, Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton welcomed their second child, daughter Charlotte, on May 2.
Both Charlottes are clearly beloved by their families. Princess Charlotte's grandfather Prince Charles told the crowd at an event earlier this month that the newborn tot is "beautiful."
Meanwhile, Gellar gushed about her own Charlotte to The Liberty Project on Wednesday, revealing that her little one was surprisingly a fan of her fruits and veggies. "My husband and I always knew we wanted our kids to love and enjoy food the way we did, but we kept hearing horror stories from other families: from 'My kid won’t eat any vegetables,'" Gellar told the lifestyle magazine. "Determined to avoid these pitfalls, we learned early that the best way we could teach our kids to be passionate about food was to involve them in the process."
The Cruel Intentions star shared one cute story from a recent grocery store excursion. "Just last week, we attempted the impossible: brussel sprouts. We took our daughter to the store, let her pick the brussel sprouts out herself, and sat aside while she individually peeled each leaf, seasoned them and then flash fried them," she shared. "Needless to say, she devoured them."
Gellar noted that she's continually learning so much from her kids. "I am not a traditional Betty Crocker mom. Growing up in New York City, the only thing I ever made were reservations," she dished. "As my children discover their love of cooking, so am I. Despite a few kitchen failures (note: macaroni-and-cheese cupcakes should not be dark brown) I have also experienced satisfaction — the same satisfaction my 5-year-old feels after we have prepared something the rest of the family enjoys. As an adult, I know the lasting effects that kind of empowerment has on children."
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