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Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. with children in a rare family photo

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. with children in a rare family photo

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. enjoyed relaxing with their kids while ringing in the new year.

the Buffy the Vampire Slayer The 46-year-old alum shared two posts filled with sexy photos from her recent family vacation on Instagram.

“If I left you unread…. here's why. Vacation Photo Dump Part 1,” she captioned her first photo gallery, complete with selfies and beach reads.

In the next post, I highlighted “vacation unloading #2– Family and Friends,” which showed a number of family snapshots with the couple and their children: 11-year-old Rocky James and 14-year-old Charlotte Grace.

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Over the summer, Gellar shared some photos of herself Instagram story From her family's trip to Florence, Italy. In one photo, Rocky stands with his father as they look over the fence.

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In another photo, Geller and Prinze Jr. smile with Charlotte on an Italian street. The actress also posted a beautiful picture with her entire family. “La mia famiglia a Firenze Italia,” she wrote across the photo, which translates to “My family in Florence, Italy.”

Freddie Prinze Jr. and Sarah Michelle Gellar with their children.
Sarah Michelle Gellar on Instagram

Although the famous couple is private, in 2020 Geller spoke to PEOPLE about helping her children with virtual learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges she faced, the star said she got through them “through compassion and understanding that there is no manual on how to do this. None of us are perfect.”

“All we can do is the best we can and understand that maybe math or reading is not exactly where our other kids were at this point, but their independence and their ability to pivot and be flexible is a life skill that will likely serve them better than we do,” she added. “They'll learn it in some of those classes.”