Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Are Still Head Over Heels in Love
After spending a decade or so together, a lot of couples find that their relationship changes. Ditto having a kid. VERY ditto having multiple kids. It’s completely normal for people to grow apart or feel less of their initial spark after lots of years and milestones together. Spoiler alert: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are not normal (shocking, right?)
Blake and Ryan have been together for more than a decade at this point (they started dating in 2011 and then quickly made things official, tying the knot in 2012) and have three daughters together (James, 7, Inez, 5, and Betty, 2) and they are *still* in the We’re-Totally-Obsessed-With-Each-Other phase of their love, apparently.
“Blake and Ryan have this unbreakable bond as a couple,” a source close to the couple told Us Weekly. “They’re still very much in love. Usually being married for almost 10 years, couples change or grow apart, but not them. They are still head over heels for each other.”
Unlike many people in the early, head-over-heels phases of their ‘ships, however, the source says Blake and Ryan are also “very secure in their relationship.” So, basically, it sounds like they have the best parts of early, newlywed vibe love and of cozy/comfortable/old married couple love. AKA, feel free to envy them even more than you already did.
FWIW, we know what the earliest sparks of Blake and Ryan’s romance were like, thanks to an interview Ryan gave Time in 2016, in which he described their very awkward (for the other people present) first date.
“We were buddies then,” he explained. “I remember it was funny because for about a year after Green Lantern had come and gone and all that stuff, we were both single. We went on a double date. She was on a date with another guy, and I was on a date with another girl. That was the most awkward date [from their perspective] probably because we were just, like, fireworks coming across.”
Fireworks then. Fireworks now. Envy then. Even more envy now.
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