Melissa Joan Hart Imagines What Happened to Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Harvey on Show’s 20th Anniversary

Sabrina Nate Richert Harvey Teenage WitchMelissa Joan Hart (Sabrina) and Nate Richert (Harvey) in the first season on September 27, 1996. (Photo by Frank Carroll/ABC via Getty Images)

Sabrina and Harvey forever. Melissa Joan Hart has a feeling Sabrina Spellman and Harvey Kinkle are living happily ever after following the series finale of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. On the 20th anniversary of the beloved ‘90s show, the actress speaks to The Knot in an exclusive interview about what the sweet pair is up to today.

“In the final scene — the 20th anniversary of that is in 7 years — she rode off on the back of the motorcycle with Harvey,” the actress recalls. “That was a really special episode. The way she rode off on that motorcycle with him, ditching the other groom, jumping on with her one true love in life to a No Doubt song. That’s perfect.”

After the excitement settled, the lovebirds planned a wedding, moved in together, and had kids. “They’re probably still in Massachusetts,” Hart, 40, notes. “She and Harvey are probably married with two kids. They have the quintessential family. The kids have some sort of magical powers and they have some sort of talking pet. Not a cat… maybe, like, a talking turtle? Or a frog? My boys love frogs.”

Sabrina the teenage witch

“First Kiss” – Season One – 2/14/97, Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) ignored Salem’s warning that her kiss would turn Harvey into a frog., (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images)

Of course, in real life, Hart planned her own wedding to Mark Wilkerson in 2003. Looking back, the actress has some solid advice for brides looking ahead to their weddings.

“Be prepared — delegate,” the actress tells The Knot. “Tell your maid of honor that you be in charge of x, y, and z. Make sure somebody has the cake knife ready to go.”

The mom of three also advises couples to “make a photo list.” She adds: “Take the time to hold on and do photos.”

First and foremost, the actress reminds couples to fully appreciate the special day. “The number one thing is to make sure you’re very present,” she says. “That’s the one time in your life that all of your friends and family will come together for you. Make sure it’s special, make sure it’s short. Keep the guest list small and you don’t want to waste the night being cornered by crazy uncles.”

Watch The Knot’s Facebook Live video with Hart at the LiveHealth Online Women Connect Summit in New York City above!

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Esther Lee
Esther Lee
Esther is the Senior News Editor at The Knot. A self-proclaimed pop culture enthusiast, she appreciates a good celebrity interview just as much as she adores Nancy Meyers movies. You can find her kicking off her mornings with barre and a green juice, traveling and exploring new cultures, and rapidly scrolling her feed for the latest and greatest news. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter at @theestherlee.