Sarah Michelle Gellar And More Celebs Celebrate St Patrick’s Day On Twitter
Sarah Michelle Gellar, Neil Patrick Harris and more have taken to Twitter to wish fans and followers a Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day
Gellar showed off her Irish spirit with the above photo of herself celebrating wearing a green one-piece and flaunting a green clover. “Is there such a thing as #FlashbackTuesday? #HappyStPatricksDay,” the Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress wrote on Instagram.
Neil Patrick Harris also shared a photo in celebration, though instead of sharing one of himself in full St. Patrick’s Day gear, he shared a pic of his adorable twins, Harper and Gideon instead.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Look out for leprechauns! pic.twitter.com/wZ0aH31mNx
— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) March 17, 2015
Other celebs took a more educational route. William Shatner took the opportunity to remind his followers not to drink and drive, writing, “May the green beer flow freely! Just be smart and don’t drive drunk!”
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the green beer flow freely! Just be smart and don’t drive drunk!
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) March 17, 2015
Both the President and the Vice President shared their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on Twitter. Vice President Biden had the Irish Prime Minister over for breakfast, while President Obama embraced tradition by wearing a green tie.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the Vice President’s residence, where he hosted Irish Prime Minister Kenny for breakfast pic.twitter.com/ebE1yqyr2M
— Vice President Biden (@VP) March 17, 2015
President O’bama is ready for St. Patrick’s Day. pic.twitter.com/ngf50W4Ntu
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 17, 2015
And the NFL used Photoshop to make the most of the holiday.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! pic.twitter.com/jJg1SIoE47
— NFL (@nfl) March 17, 2015
More Celeb St Patrick’s Day Tweets:
Happy St Patrick’s Day! On this day in 1988, in celebration of Irish culture, drunken teens broke out every window of the train I was on!
— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) March 17, 2015
Enjoy Irish New Years Eve.
— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) March 17, 2015
love st patricks day! my name means “little fire” in Gaelic! I think! It’s either, “little fire” or “fashion nail design.”
— Aidy Bryant (@aidybryant) March 17, 2015
I forget — when someone isn’t wearing green today do you shoot them or simply do an elbow smash to the throat? Wanna keep today fun!
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) March 17, 2015
Kiss Me I’m Irish.
— Jack Falahee (@RestingPlatypus) March 17, 2015
In the notes section of my calendar for St. Patty’s party tomorrow… – Wear green – Bring whiskey Kewl.
— Matt McGorry (@MattMcGorry) March 17, 2015