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8 Facts About Sarah Michelle Gellar And Freddie Prinze Jr That Prove They Are The Cutest

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After celebrating their 15-year anniversary last September, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. still remain our favorite 90s couple ever. Although we haven't heard much from these two, they have the cutest relationship ever, trust me. Here are eight things about their relationship you might have not known.

Their romance was an accident.

The two first met on the set of their 1997 movie, I Know What You Did Last Summer, but they didn't actually start dating until three years later. "We had made plans for dinner with a mutual friend and the person canceled," Sarah told People Magazine about their first date. "We decided to have dinner anyway and never looked back."

Time working together.

The first time they worked together was on I Know What You Did Last Summer, but starred together in 2002’s Scooby-Doo and 2004’s Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed as on-screen love interests Daphne and Fred. They now both do voice-overs for the animated series Star Wars Rebels.

Their wedding.

They dated for one year before they got engaged. In 2002 they got married in Mexico, and the director of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Adam Shankman, officiated the wedding.

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