This is a ’90s kid’s dream! Shannen Doherty made us feel old on Tuesday, Jan. 8 after the Charmed alum shared a photo from date night with former Scooby-Doo stars and couple Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. The three, along with Shannen’s husband, Kurt Iswarienko, stepped out during the evening for dinner at Felix Trattoria in Venice, CA.
“Everyone knows how much I love @sarahmgellar but do you know how much I also love @realfreddieprinze?” the 47-year-old wrote in the caption of a cute snap the four took. “Laughed all night, ate way too much food at my favorite place @felixlosangeles with the great chef @evanfunke, and obviously I love my man @kurtiswarienko. Perfect night with my closest and dearest.” Take a look at the pic below!
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Couples date night. Everyone knows how much I love @sarahmgellar but do you know how much I also love @realfreddieprinze ? Laughed all night, ate way too much food at my favorite place @felixlosangeles with the great chef @evanfunke and obviously I love my man @kurtiswarienko Perfect night with my closest and dearest. #felixtrattoria #friendship #love
Sarah, 41, also shared the same photo but simply wrote, “Date night, couples edition.” Scooby-Doo and Charmed fans alike were thrilled to see the foursome hanging out together in their free time. “[I] Hope Prue and Buffy slayed the night,” one witty fan wrote in the comment section of Shannen’s post. “The crossover we always wanted but never got,” said another.
While we’re not sure if the two couples got together for a special occasion, we do know that Shannen and her hubby have had a lot to celebrate in the past year. Not only did the couple just ring in their seventh wedding anniversary in October, but the brunette beauty also revealed in early 2018 that she is in remission for breast cancer. And while the disease made her body weaker, Shannen said that the experience made her acting skills stronger.
“It’s the best time in the world for me to be an actor because I’m so in touch with every single emotion,” she dished to ET in September 2018. “It’s maybe a little bit of fear, but it’s also this overwhelming feeling of gratefulness and just humility. And I think the humility really is what knocks you on your feet the most and brings forth those tears. It’s also the fear that anybody else is going to go through it.”
However, Shannen was able to find the silver lining. “I hate to be the person who goes, ‘Oh my god, the sky is so blue all of a sudden,'” she continued, “but you really start noticing a lot more things around you, and appreciating everything.” We wish Shannen the best of luck!