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Sarah Michelle Prinze and Freddie Prinze Jr. are the happy parents of a baby girl.

People reports exclusively that the couple welcomed little Charlotte Grace Prinze into their family on Saturday, September 19. The first time parents are said to be "over the moon" about their new addition.

Sarah Michelle, previously known as Sarah Michelle Gellar, is best known for her role as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Freddie Prinze Jr. will be seen next in the upcoming season of "24."

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