Sarah Michelle Gellar Calls Out Howard Stern Over Bet That Her Marriage Wouldn’t Last: ‘I Think You Owe Us’

Sarah Michelle Gellar Calls Out Howard Stern Over Bet That Her Marriage Wouldn’t Last: ‘I Think You Owe Us’

Howard Stern brutally grilled Freddie Prinze Jr. in 2001 about getting married in his mid-20s. Stern was so unconvinced of the upcoming pre-marriage ceremony that he bet Prinze the marriage wouldn’t last for at least 10 years, as Sarah Michelle Gellar always recalls. Gellar is prepared to collect after twenty years on that wager.

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer star took to Instagram on Thursday and posted a photograph from their wedding in Mexico and just subtitled it “20,” as in twenty years of marriage. She additionally took to her Instagram Stories and posted screenshots of Prinze’s meeting on The Howard Stern Show, where Stern tells the entertainer, “So  will wed Sarah Michelle Gellar despite the fact that you realize that it won’t stand the test of time.”

Prinze said “totally it will endure” however Stern wasn’t getting it, to such an extent that he told Prinze, “I want to make a composed bet with you. In around 10 years you will chase me down and go, ‘Howard, I owe you cash.’” Prinze concurred and said he needed to make a hard copy of the bet, however, Howard kept barbecuing Prinze, 25 at that point, about sealing the deal.

Yet, besides the fact that she posted the screenshots of the meeting, Gellar likewise labeled The Howard Stern Show and said, “What do you think?!?!” trailed by “I think you owe us.”

Prinze likewise reposted Gellar’s Stories and added, “She will always remember.” He additionally included two giggle crying emoticons.

Prinze and Gellar’s marriage has more than persevered. It has flourished. They met while shooting 1997’s I Know What You Did Last Summer, and they began dating three years after the fact. They got connected before long and secured the bunch in Mexico in 2002. They’ve since invited two kids – – Charlotte Grace, 12, and Rocky James, 10.

Anyway, what makes their marriage work? Prinze and Gellar told ET back in 2020 that not sharing a washroom is instrumental to a decent marriage!

“That is my best guidance,” Gellar jested. “Try not to share a restroom.”

Prinze added, “In the event that they quit making you chuckle, your days are numbered.”

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