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Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar to Disneyland to celebrate a decades-long friendship

Sarah Michelle Gellar (left) and Selma Blair (middle) went to Disneyland in California on Thursday. (Disneyland Resort)

Good friends, Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar channeled their inner child Thursday at Disneyland.

The “Cruel Intentions” star went to the Anaheim, California park to celebrate their friendship of more than 20 years and several family birthdays, according to a Disney Parks blog post.

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Blair, 46, brought her son, Arthur, 7, along the park, while Gellar, 41, was accompanied by her daughter Charlotte, 9, and son Rocky, 6, according to the People.

The two snapped selfies and took a picture with Captain Marvel. They also allegedly had plans to “re moments from Disneyland journey of the two names together more than two decades ago, the publication reported.

At certain times during their outing, Gellar was seen pushing Him in a wheelchair, according to the Daily Mail, possibly as a result of the actress’ multiple sclerosis, a cureless disease that the body of the central nervous system. People with MS can experience numbness or weakness in one or more of their limbs, and also suffer from a lack of coordination or an unsteady gate,” among other symptoms, according to the Mayo Clinic.

The “Legally Blonde” actress first revealed her diagnosis of MS in October.

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In February, after Blair spoke with ABC’s Robin Roberts about her MS battle, which was her first TV interview since her diagnosis, she took to Instagram to thank Gellar for her endless support.

“This girl. (Always be my girl) is everything. She stopped me and brought me for dinner, and loved me. I woke up with so much love for #sarahmichellegellar,” she wrote for a part in the time.

“We began our relationship with me to fight for you. I plan to keep fighting for you, for the rest of my life,” Gellar explained in the response.

Fox News’ Andy Sahadeo and Stephen Sorace contributed to this report.

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