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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds showed every facet of their Valentine’s relationship on social media, with sweet, sassy and X-rated messages.

The couple, who have been together since 2011 and married the following year, proved themselves on the 14th. February once again shows his good sense of humor with a few homages to their relationship.

Blake, 33, shared a video showing her husband dyeing his hair and making jokes: That time I fucked my barber.

And Ryan, 44, posted a video of his wife tobogganing in the snow while wearing a black coat, gray scarf and black hat.

He was joking: My eternal Valentine for the foreseeable future.

However, the two stars also shared some cute photos with their posts – so the romance isn’t completely dead.

Ryan and Blake can’t resist the temptation to tease each other (Photo: Blake Live/Instagram)

And honestly, that’s exactly what we expected from the couple – especially after Blake grilled Ryan on his birthday in October, when he decided to eat a birthday cake instead.

1) Who is the lost soul choosing PIE’s birthday, she writes on Instagram with a photo of her love. 2) The ANIMAL eats its cake without blowing out the candles first.

@Vancitirenolds, that’s him. Happy Birthday. Honestly, I can’t believe we’re still married.

Meanwhile, Blake – who with a husband has daughters James, six, Inez, four, and Betty, 16 months old – recently discovered how insecure she felt as she brought her third child into the world.

Three months after giving birth in October 2019, Betty embarked on a promotional tour for The Rhythm Section, but struggled to match the clothing samples designers sent her.

She said she went to Intagram history last month: No one had a role model for me after I gave birth. And many clothes from the stores were not suitable either. Like this. Very much so.

It’s not a good signal for women if their bodies don’t match what the brands are offering. It’s alienating and confusing.

Read more: American Showbiz News

Looking back at how she felt in January 2020, Blake admits she is now much more confident and proud of her body, as it is a beautiful miracle.

She went on to say: And I wish I had felt as confident then as I do now, looking back a year. This body gave me a baby. And produced an entire food supply for this child.

What a wonderful miracle. But instead of feeling proud, I felt insecure. Only because I didn’t fit into the clothes. In retrospect, it’s really stupid.

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