The Vampire Slayer is a total mom now.
During a "Drive-INterview" on the Oct. 8 episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, Kelly Clarkson and her guest Sarah Michelle Gellar pulled up next to each other in old school cars and chatted about their lives in quarantine.
The actress spoke about showing her kids—11-year-old Charlotte Grace Prinze and 8-year-old Rocky James Prinze—the classic 1997 series Buffy The Vampire Slayer, which Sarah Michelle starred in as the teenager who killed vampires and other mystical creatures.
"We were trying to find shows to binge and I was like 'Okay.' I didn't even know if they'd be into it, but they are, like, so into it," Sarah told Kelly. "Except I'm the world's biggest disappointment for them because they'll always ask questions and I'll be like ‘I don't remember. I'll have to text someone and ask.' They think they know it better than I do at this point."
And while her memory may be lacking, her badass character has won over her kids. Raved the 43-year-old, married to ‘90s heartthrob Freddie Prinze Jr., "My son thinks I'm cool now."
Later in her chat with Kelly, the Cruel Intensions alum also opened up about the difficulties her kids face while in virtual school amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"It's been a really interesting time for me because I haven't done that much schooling with my kids and I noticed when we started on socially distanced Zoom school that my son was blinking a ton," she explained. "And it turned out it was because as these kids are on these devices and they're looking at them constantly, they're becoming more and more myopic, which is basically just near-sightedness." She said she wanted to get the information out there because it's not something that many parents know about.
Amid quarantine with her family, Sarah Michelle decided have a little fun with her kids. As fans may know, the actress debuted pink hair in April. "Well because we're still in quarantine, I had to think of a new and creative way to embarrass my children," the actress said in a video posted on social media. "Quaran-color."