Sarah Michelle Gellar pushes Selma Blair's wheelchair during Disneyland outing as they celebrate 20 years of friendship
The 'Cruel Intentions' stars went to Disneyland to celebrate their friendship of more than 20 years and Gellar was spotted pushing Blair's wheelchair
Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar have been best friends since working together on 'Cruel Intentions' in the late '90s. Now, to celebrate their 21 years of friendship, the duo went to explore Disneyland.
The 46-year-old Blair and 41-year-old Gellar spent Thursday enjoying the world of Disney, Disney's official blog announced. Flaunting Minnie Mouse ears, they spent the day in the Disney California Adventure park and visited with Disney Parks newcomer 'Captain Marvel'.
Because it is Disney, the actresses' children also enjoyed the day out as Blair's seven-year-old son Arthur and Gellar's two kids, nine-year-old Charlotte and six-year-old Rocky, were also spotted.
Gellar was seen pushing Blair around the park in a wheelchair, who had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
"I am disabled. I fall sometimes. I drop things. My memory is foggy," she wrote in an Instagram post. "And my left side is asking for directions from a broken gps..."
She added, "I have had symptoms for years but was never taken seriously... I have probably had this incurable disease for 15 years at least. And I am relieved to at least know. And share."
During the day out, Gellar ensured to take care of Blair as Blair's son sat on her lap and they rolled around the Toon Town area of the theme park. Getting into the spirit of Disneyland, both actresses wore the iconic mouse ear headbands and even wore a matching outfit.
It wasn't just in the day out that Gellar had Blair's back. In February, Blair took to Instagram to share a post on Gellar. "This girl. (Always my girl) is everything," Blair captioned a selfie. "She tucked me in and brought me dinner and loved me up. I woke with so much love for #sarahmichellegellar... I am so in love with my angel of a friend. The best... May we all have a friend like this."