They are known to be a hilarious couple, often poking fun at each other online.
And Blake Lively had some fun at her husband Ryan Reynolds expense while responding to a fan on Instagram.
After a fan shared a photoshopped picture of the Deadpool star, 43, laying on a store conveyer belt, on Tuesday, the 32-year-old actress decided to roll with it.
In the photo, Ryan’s face was put on the body of a man laying down in the store, donning American flag underwear and a ‘FUN’ t-shirt, with neon yellow cap sleeves.
The tattooed legs, sock-less shoes and lack of pants make for an interesting visual of the actor.
‘please stop stealing my personal photos,’ Blake wrote in the comments along with some smiling and winky face emojis.
Blake and Ryan married in 2012 and share daughters James, five, Inez, three and a nine-month-old whose name they haven’t publicly revealed.
The stars have been enduring lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic at the family home in Pound Ridge in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Blake’s mom Elaine Lively has also been staying with the family at the luxe home during the lockdown, with Reynolds joking in a previous clip on the social media site last month that he was hiding from Elaine, who was ‘hunting’ him.
In the clip, in which Reynolds promoted a charity shirt for the Canadian nonprofit Conquer COVID-19, the A-lister asked, ‘Are you sick and tired of fashion? Is your mother-in-law hunting you?’ joking that the top was ‘so boring it makes you invisible.’
As the clip wound down, Elaine’s voice called on him – she said, ‘Ryan, are you in there? I could have sworn I heard his voice’ – but he sat in place and didn’t say anything.
The 6 Underground leading man told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show earlier this month that he was enjoying spending time with his kids amid the ongoing lockdown.
‘It’s actually been amazing,’ the Vancouver native said. ‘I’m trying to let myself appreciate it as much as possible because there’s so many people around the world that this isn’t a good thing, it’s causing a lot of anxiety for a lot of people.
‘So I’m trying to let myself appreciate the face time with the family and spending as much time as possible.’
The in-demand actor joked that ‘it sets a dangerous precedent,’ as ‘when we look back at this years from now, they’re going to think about me and how I used to be a present dad.’
Reynolds and Lively have been among Hollywood’s most philanthropic stars amid the outbreak of the pandemic, using their platforms and personal funds to focus on the fight against the virus.
In March, they made donations of $1 million (AU$ 1.5 million) to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada; $400,000 to hospitals in New York City; and $10,000 to the Canadian Professional Bartender’s Association.