Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Geller Celebrate 21-Year Friendship at Disneyland


Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair are the epitome of #friendshipgoals.

The former Cruel Intentions stars celebrated being BFFs for over two decades with a trip to Disneyland.

During their excursion to the happiest place on earth, the two actresses took the opportunity to recreate adorable photos from their previous excursion to the theme park 21 years ago.

"Is there a 21 year challenge?? On the left my 21 bday with @selmablair, on the right today (I know you all can do the math... I don't need to remind myself literally)," Gellar captioned side-by-side pics with her bestie.

"Thank you @disneyland for a truly magical day!!" she added.

Also on hand for the festivities were Gellar’s husband Freddie Prinze Jr. and their children Charlotte, 9, and Rocky, 6. Blair’s seven-year-old son Arthur joined as well.

Afterwards, Blair – who recently revealed she’s battling multiple sclerosis -  posted a snap of Gellar pushing her around Disneyland in a wheelchair with her son in her lap. She later took it down because she didn’t own the photo, but used the moment to share a touching note about her friendship with Gellar.

“This friend, made sure my kid had the best spring break memory with all of us,” Blair wrote about Gellar. “And so I am grateful to mobility aids to make it possible. And the best friends to push. And to teach a kid, there is a person in the chair.”

In February, Blair discussed feeling “relief” following her MS diagnosis because for years she didn’t know why she was struggling.

"There was some relief in that, 'cause ever since my son was born, I was in an MS flare-up and didn't know,“ she told GMA.  “I was giving it everything to seem normal."

Following that interview, Gellar showed her support for her friend on social media.

“When I have a cold, I want to hide from the world under my covers,” Gellar wrote on Instagram. “But not Selma. She is facing this diagnosis, the way she faces everything, with dignity, grace and head on. This is not an easy journey, but Selma will not let this define her.”