Ryan Reynolds trolls his wife Blake Lively once again by tagging her in the comments of a humorous video about avoiding ‘d**ks’ post-pregnancy
He’s made it a hobby to create fake feuds with his celebrity friends and on-screen rivals.
But Ryan Reynolds upped his trolling game by targeting his wife Blake Lively on Wednesday when he tagged her in a hilarious fake PSA urging new mothers to avoid ‘d**ks’ after giving birth.
The 44-year-old Deadpool star joked that he shouldn’t tag his actress wife in the playfully foul-mouthed video — even though he included her Instagram handle in the comment.
The video was posted by the Frida Mom account, which shares helpful postpartum information while sometimes put a humorous spin on the advice.
Their video from Wednesday featured a doctor and a registered nurse going even further with the standard advice to avoid penetrative sex in the first six weeks after giving birth.
The two professionals also urged new mothers to avoid other kinds of ‘d**ks,’ like the ‘Thoughtless D**k’ who ‘comes to visit and gives zero f**ks how mom is doing and is only interested in the baby.’
There’s also the ‘”I’ve Been There” D**k,’ who ‘had their own kids, so they tell you how to do it like they did, and that everything you’re doing is wrong.’
They also referred to 2020 as ‘the ultimate d**k.’
The video’s advice wouldn’t quite apply to him and the 33-year-old Gossip Girl star, as their youngest child Betty is a year old by now.
The couple have been particularly guarded of her privacy and have not released her official birth date.
Her name wasn’t even known until after the July surprise release of Taylor Swift’s album Folklore.
The singer had previously used the names of Blake and Ryan’s older children James, six, and Inez, four, so eagle-eyed fans concluded that the character Betty on the album was named after their youngest child, which she confirmed in August.