Ryan Reynolds Trolls Wife Blake Lively on Her Birthday and It’s Too Funny

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are no strangers to trolling each other on social media. The cute couple have a history of poking fun back and forth on Instagram, and their exchanges are endlessly entertaining.

Blake, who is pregnant with the pair’s third child, celebrated her 32nd birthday over the weekend. As expected, Ryan’s tribute to his wife was in the spirit of their (loving and hilarious) public teasing.

Reynolds wrote on Instagram, “Happy Birthday, @blakelively.” Aww, that’s sweet and innocent enough! The accompanying photos, though, weren’t exactly the best shots of his stunning significant other. In one pic, Blake cradles her baby bump as her eyes are closed. In fact, her eyes are closed in nine of 10 pictures. In one of them, she’s looking away and is barely in the frame. Oh, and that’s not the first time he’s pulled a move like that. Check out his post from 2017 too!

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Happy Birthday, @blakelively.

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Happy Birthday to my amazing wife.

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Blake has similarly mocked Ryan on social media in the past as well. She shared a picture of her hubby and another famous Ryan — Ryan Gosling — for his birthday, but her man was conveniently cropped out. Her caption? “Happy Birthday, baby.”

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Happy Birthday, baby.

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Blake, who’s discussed her fondness of cooking before, also called out Ryan’s cookie-making skills (or lack thereof) one holiday season.

Ryan may have gotten Blake for her birthday, but who knows what’s coming his way? Your move, Blake!


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