An MMA match-up is an unconventional place to have a family reunion, but Chris Pratt and Spencer Pratt went ahead with it anyway
On Sunday, the reality star, 35, and movie star, 39, posted an Instagram video together — along with Spencer’s wife, Heidi Montag, and almost 16-month-old son, Gunner Stone — claiming to be cousins. (Though they share a last name, they’re not related.)
“So good when two cousins can just get out and enjoy life,” says Chris, who’s engaged to Katherine Schwarzenegger, in the clip.
“This is a family outing,” adds Spencer before Chris jokes that he hasn’t seen his “nephew … since the birth.”
“He’s grown so big!” the Parks and Recreation alum quips as he touches the little boy’s arm.
“Pratt family outing,” Spencer captioned the post.
Heidi, who was featured briefly in the selfie-style video, recently got emotional on Instagram when celebrating Gunner’s first birthday.
“I decided not to wear makeup today because I’m a total mess,” said Heidi, 32, continuing through tears, “God, it’s so amazing. Gunner is just such a blessing and I can’t believe that it’s already been a year. Wow, what a day.”
“It’s been the most amazing and most challenging year of my entire life,” she added with a laugh, wiping away tears. “It’s just been so great, every moment. I can’t believe he’s already 1! … Bit emotional today, it’s a big day. And I’m just really thankful. I hope you guys are all having a great day. And I’m just going to sit here crying.”
“I’d love a girl or a boy,” she said. “I love having a son. It’s so much fun. So if we have another boy, we’ll probably have three [kids].”
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Chris also recently revealed his hopes for his future family with his fiancée, 29. He’s already father to 6-year-old son Jack with ex Anna Faris, 42.
“The future? Oh. Lots of kids,” he told Entertainment Tonight on Friday.
The Lego Movie actor added that he also plans to cut back on working.
“More time spent enjoying life,” he told the outlet. “I always want to be that guy that works to live, not lives to work. I think [I want to spend] just a lot of time at the farm and a lot of time catching a lot of fish and seeing lots of sunsets.”