"I recently spent two weeks offline with family and friends," the TV and film star shared on Instagram. Upon returning home, Sarah Michelle Gellar (jokingly) isn't thrilled. It has been a while since the Buffy the Vampire Slayer star spent some time on vacation, but she has already expressed in an Instagram caption that she is already missing the time when she was in "paradise."
" Now you can usually find me by the window. Gellar, 45, wrote in the caption of one of the pictures that she uploaded alongside the caption alongside pictures of herself wearing masks while traveling on the plane in addition to a throwback selfie from the destination where they were on vacation
As reported by the Hollywood Reporter earlier this month, the actress had shared a series of photos from a beautiful, sunny beachside location as part of her Instagram Reels account. She captioned the post, "Took two weeks off to spend time with family and friends.". Here are a few highlights of her time away.
"Her husband Freddie Prinze Jr. and Gellar shared an adorable selfie last week. Gellar captioned the picture, "Vacay" as the two smiled in the pic Last month, the Emmy Award-winning actress was announced as the star of Wolf Pack, a Teen Wolf spinoff, at the panel for the parent's show at San Diego Comic-Con.
The plot of the show revolves around Kristin Ramsey, a rookie arson investigator who sets out to find the teenager who set a massive wildfire that awakened a supernatural predator. Furthermore, Gellar will serve as an executive producer on the show, which will be written and executive produced by Teen Wolf creator Jeff Davis. The audience was also treated to an array of OG stars who attended the panel which took place during the announcement, including Tyler Posey and Tyler Hoechlin.
During the panel, Davis noted that Buffy the Vampire Slayer had a great influence on Teen Wolf. "As a result, I have always thought it would be fantastic if it were possible to bring Sarah Michelle Gellar back to a horror show."Even though Jeff's shows are known for being family-friendly, Gellar added, "Well, I hope you will come to join us!"