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Entertainment Blake Lively Just Trolled Her Husband On The Internet…Again

08:31  11 june  2018
08:31  11 june  2018 Source:

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Blake Lively just posted a hilarious Instagram trolling her husband Ryan Reynolds from the 'A Quiet Place' premiere. Lively has turned teasing her husband Ryan Reynolds into a bona fide art form.

Blake was photographed on the streets of Dublin in character for her new project. We laugh now, but Lively is bound to respond just as savagely. After all, she did not let Reynolds get away with this cheeky birthday wish. 96. This optical illusion of two people hugging is breaking the internet .

Blake Lively trolled her husband Ryan Reynolds over Ryan's fictional twin brother Gordon Reynolds, but inevitably, Reynolds fired back at Lively with an equally sarcastic comment.: Blake Lively Just Trolled Her Husband On The Internet…Again© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Blake Lively Just Trolled Her Husband On The Internet…Again Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are by far Hollywood's most prank-obsessed couple. The pair sarcastically troll each other on social media frequently and poke fun at everything from their relationship to their children.

Their most recent dose of hilarious banter involves Ryan's fictional twin brother, Gordon Reynolds. As a part of an advertisement for Aviation Gin, Reynolds sat down with "Gordon" to be interviewed and subsequently posted the interview to his Instagram page.

Of course, Lively couldn't just leave a nice comment under the video or a heart-shaped emoji like a normal wife. As we expected, the actress just couldn't resist the opportunity to make a witty, sarcastic remark about her husband's new video.

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Hilarious: Blake Lively , 30, trolled her husband Ryan Reynolds, 41, on Instagram Sunday. Just days later, Reynolds addressed the rumors once again with another side-splitting joke - but this time it was about his mother.

Blake Lively just poked fun at Ryan Reynolds on social media in the greatest way possible. Details here. The actress posted a photo of Reynolds' head blocking her view of the performance, but the silly caption she put on Instagram was a tribute to Legend…not her husband (who was being

"Sh*t. Your brother is hot," Lively wrote. "I've made a terrible mistake," she continued.

Inevitably, Reynolds couldn't let his wife have the last word and decided to fire back an equally sarcastic statement. "You haven't made a mistake. You've been living with him for over a year," he responded.

Oh, these two! We guess the couple that trolls together, stays together.

City with Australia’s fastest internet speed revealed - and Sydney and Melbourne lag behind by more than 4Mb/s .
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