Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, undoubtedly one of the most stunning and successful Hollywood power couples whose fans always seem to go ga-ga over them for one reason or the other, yet again shared the limelight for all the right, and not to mention, funny reasons.
While Blake receives love from her fans all over the world for being so sweet and amazing, Reynolds has quite the reputation for being the funny one in their relationship.
Just recently, Reynolds went on to hilariously troll his wife on his Instagram after they got the COVID-19 vaccine, which made headlines, obviously.
The couple shared the news on their Instagram recently, which Reynolds seized as the perfect opportunity for trolling and giving not just his wife but also the rest of the world something to laugh about.
He first shared a picture of himself receiving the vaccine shot where he was sporting a white t-shirt, a black face mask and a pink knit hat. The picture featured the caption, “Finally got 5G,” which was his own low-key humorous spin on one of the many debunked COVID-19 conspiracy theories according to which the pandemic is due to the rollout of 5G mobile networks.
Reynolds proceeded to sharing another photo after getting vaccinated wearing the same clothes where he poked fun at himself with the caption, “Science is sexy. The hat? Perhaps not.”
He saved the last of the picture series for this dearest wife in which he compared his vaccine photo with a snap of her wearing her own knit hat while she was filming her 2020 movie ‘The Rhythm Section.’
He captioned the post, “Who wore it better?”, and added a poll for his followers and fans to vote.
The photo and the poll gave a good laugh to the couple’s fans and Instagram followers as they proceeded to answer the poll on Reynold’s story.
Lively’s vaccine update post, on the other hand, was as sweet and cute as one would have expected it to be! She shared an adorable photo of herself and the nurse where she was smiling at her, and she captioned it, “Find you someone who looks at you like I look at the heroic nurse vaccinating me.”
Fans and followers obviously found the post super-cute and left some loving comments on it. She also proceeded to thank her epidemiologist Jessica Malaty Rivera as well as the medical correspondent Jon LaPook by saying, “Thank you @jessicamalatyrivera for a year of scientific information and the confidence to make the decision to be vaccinated as soon as it was available to me. And thank you to @lapookj. The many years of thoughtful and empathetic medical reporting that you do has led me here. I couldn’t be more grateful.”
As we enjoy the usual banter and the ever-increasing love that both these beautiful human beings share, we wish them all the best and congratulate them on getting vaccinated!