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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have been one of Hollywood’s favourite couples since they started going out 12 years ago.
Known for taking the mick out of one another, they also cheer their other half on publicly whenever they can, so it’s clear to see they are madly in love.
But being in the movie industry does often mean getting involved in some unusual and often uncomfortable scenes.
Ryan is the leading man in the Deadpool franchise as the titular superhero, which is far ruder in comparison to other comic book characters.
And this does sometimes make his 35-year-old wife cringe, especially when one of their young children catches a glimpse of his movies.
Speaking on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Blake shared how she was haunted by one particularly steamy scene from Deadpool while travelling.
“I was on a plane with my baby, it’s kind of torture these days because I’m on a plane, and everywhere I look, there’s my husband in a s*x montage throughout the holidays with another woman – because everyone wants to watch Deadpool on a plane,” she explained.
“So for 14 hours, having your husband have mashed potatoes eaten out of his b******e – because that’s in the film. It’s lonely, it’s a cruel and unusual form of torture.
“My daughter goes ‘Dada’ and is hugging and kissing the screen and waving at him and doesn’t understand why he isn’t waving back.
“Because she thinks it’s like FaceTime. But she doesn’t understand Dada is getting it with the mashed potatoes.”
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The couple share three daughters together, James, eight, Inez, six and Betty, three, and have since had another child.
They didn’t announce the birth or give any details regarding name or gender but when Ryan was asked about becoming a parent again with CNBC’s Power Lunch, he joked: “I’m not telling, this ain’t a birth announcement.”
He did go on to clarify, however, how much he loves being a dad and enjoys the family life.
“It’s a zoo over here. This is my office here. To be honest, I’ll probably spend the rest of my life in here”, he began.
“Look, we wouldn’t do this four times if we didn’t love it.
“Everybody’s doing great. Everybody’s actually doing fantastic.
“If we hadn’t figured it out by now, I think we’d be in deep, deep trouble.”
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