When you’re one of the hottest Hollywood couples, both with crazy filming schedules coupled with raising two small children, it can be difficult to find time to carve out for one another. It seems that glittering power couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds somehow manage to work it out.
The couple was color coordinated in black and white and seemed very hands-on and affectionate with one another as they walked the carpet as they recently showed up at the New York premiere of the new film Final Portrait, directed by Stanley Tucci.
Tucci is actually married to Emily Blunt’s sister, Felicity, who the actress set up after working with Tucci on The Devil Wears Prada.
Coincidentally, Reynolds and Lively were also seen leaving with married pals, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.
Reynolds and Lively have a very funny dynamic and great senses of humor. They are one of the only celebrity couples that consistently tease and joke about the other.
They crop each other out of pictures, post unflattered paparazzi shots and so much more.
There’s something to be said about this approach with your partner when you’re both well known, readily employed movie stars.
It gives them a chance to not take themselves so seriously as individuals, which can sometimes be what tears these celebrity couples apart, the ever-present ego.
So it’s nice to see the two relating to each other and their marriage like normal people. Even if they couldn’t be farther from that in their careers.
Reynolds has just finished post-production on Deadpool 2, which will be coming out on May 18th of this year.
Lively has also been working on a few movies herself. Candid shots of her completely dressed down for a character role was recently snapped by paparazzi.
She’s also reached a major accomplishment by shedding over 60 pounds that she gained during pregnancy.
The couple have two small girls, James and Ines, 3 and 1 and a half, who they are very hands on with parenting as well. So their schedules stay full and they’re always busy. But they seem to really value the importance of carving out time to spend together.