Sarah Michelle Gellar took time away from slaying vampires in her stylish yet affordable boots to wish one lucky fan a happy engagement.
It was one of the happiest days of Charlyn Willis' life when she got engaged on 14 December. As you might expect, she wanted to spread the news far and wide, so she scrambled for her phone to send her sister a selfie with her engagement ring.
Only she didn't quite manage to reach her sister. In her haste, 28-year-old Charlyn accidentally sent the text Buffy the Vampire Slayer herself Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Knowing how important it is to fulfil your duty as the chosen one, Gellar took to Facebook to share Charlyn's happy news.
Clearly overjoyed with the Facebook post, Charlyn replied saying:
Omg! Thank you Sarah! His name is Dennis! Thank you so much for this. You've truly made my engagement experience even more of a life changer! Please know when we set a date, I'll be reaching out to invite you, Freddie, and the kids!
It's not the only case of mistaken text identity to make the news this week, though, with Broadway royalty Lin-Manuel Miranda finding himself on the receiving end of a text from an over-excited Star Wars fan. Or at least, an Adam Driver fan.
The creator of Hamilton took to Twitter to share a screenshot of a message he received which just consisted of a picture of shirtless Adam Driver as Kylo Ren.
Hard to escape Star Wars today 🤣
Just got this text https://t.co/zWAYkE0S7E
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin-Manuel Miranda)
Miranda later revealed he replied to the text in good humour, saying: