Blake Lively was a supportive wife on the set of Ryan Reynolds' new TV spot

By Ale Russian
April 15, 2019 10:44 AM
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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are finally giving people what they want: love!

Reynolds posted a sweet shot of the two cozying up in Croatia while the actor filmed a new TV spot for his liquor company Aviation Gin. Both actors beamed in the snap as Lively sat on Reynolds’ lap and they held their arms around each other.

The picture came in a post where Reynolds thanked the crew for their hard work on the commercial. He also had Lively to thank for the shots, as he credits her with being the photographer.

It’s a different photo than what fans are used to from the A-List couple, who often like to poke fun at each other and their relationship on social media.

In December, Reynolds joked about their sex life on The Ellen DeGeneres Show while shooting down the possibility of having a third kid (for now, at least).

“That happened from sex, FYI,” the father-of-two teased about the two daughters James, 4, and Inez, 2, he shares with Lively.

“So you’ve only had sex the twice?” DeGeneres asked.

“Just the two times, yeah,” he replied. “It’s a mercenary job, it’s just clinical. Hoping for a third soon.”

After the crowd began cheering, thinking Reynolds, 42, and Lively, 31, were having a third kid, Reynolds shook his head. “No!”

“They say you need to do 10,000 hours of anything you want to be an expert at,” he added, laughing.

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The actor also opened about about his love of fatherhood.

“It’s kind of made me a better person, I think,” he told DeGeneres. “I sort of miss being horrible,” he added jokingly.

That doesn’t mean being a dad comes without difficulties. “It’s hard. It’s always a challenge, with two kids,” Reynolds said, joking, “I think of blinking now like tiny little breaks.”

“But it’s a dream,” he said. “They’re the best. They’re my buddies. I love it.”