Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds showed all sides of their relationship on Valentine’s Day with sweet, cheeky and X-rated social media messages.
The loved up couple – who have been together since 2011 and got married the following year – once again proved their good sense of humour with some tributes to their relationship on February 14.
Blake, 33, shared a video of her husband dyeing her hair, and quipped: ‘That time I f***ed my hairdresser’.
And Ryan, 44, posted a clip of his beaming wife sledding in the snow wearing a black coat, grey scarf and black beanie.
He joked: ‘My forever valentine for the foreseeable future’.
Still, both of the stars also shared sweet pictures together with their posts – so romance isn’t quite dead.
And honestly, this is what we’ve come to expect from the pair – especially after Blake roasted Ryan for his birthday back in October when he decided on a birthday pie instead of cake.
‘1) Who is the lost soul that selects birthday PIE,’ she wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of her beloved. ‘2) What ANIMAL eats their cake (pie) without first blowing out the candles.
‘@vancityreynolds that’s who. Happy Birthday. I honestly can’t believe we’re still married.’
Meanwhile, Blake – who has daughters James, six, Inez, four, and 16-month-old Betty with her man – recently opened up about how ‘insecure’ she felt after welcoming her third child into the world.
Three months after giving birth to Betty in October 2019, she went on a publicity tour for The Rhythm Section but struggled with not fitting into sample outfits she was sent by designers.
Taking to her Intagram Story last month, she said: ‘No one had samples that fit me after giving birth. And so many clothes from stores didn’t fit either. So. Many.
‘It doesn’t send a great message to women when their bodies don’t fit into what brands have to offer. It’s alienating and confusing.’
Reflecting on how she felt back in January 2020, Blake admitted she is much more ‘confident’ now and feels ‘proud’ of her body for being a ‘beautiful miracle’.
She added: ‘And I wish I felt as confident then as I do now, a year later looking back. That body gave me a baby. And was producing that baby’s entire food supply.
‘What a beautiful miracle. But instead of feeling proud, I felt insecure. Simply because I didn’t fit into clothes. How silly is that in retrospect.’
Credit: Original article published here.