It's been six years and we are still swooning over Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, our favourite half-Canadian couple in Hollywood. Reynolds and Lively celebrated their sixth anniversary on Sunday, with some adorable and hilarious banter on Instagram. 

More often than not, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds choose to roast each other on Instagram instead of sharing lovey-dovey tribute posts when it comes to celebrating their milestones. Which is exactly what went down this weekend.

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Reynolds posted a photo of his ad for Aviation American Gin plastered on the side of a truck. Reynolds is pictured looking super rugged and unshaven, raising a bottle of the gin and wearing his sexiest facial expression for the camera.

Reynolds captioned the post with, "Turns out the driver really doesn’t carry cash. But he DOES carry pepper spray... and a s***load of @aviationgin #Aviationowner."

Blake Lively, of course, had to give her two cents - "Who needs a mini van?! I’m driving this from now on. Subtle, gorgeous, and OHMYGAWDYOUREHUGE."

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The couple first connected in 2010 when they starred in the film Green Lantern. Reynolds was married to Scarlett Johansson at the time, and Lively was also in a relationship. One year later, newly-single Reynolds and Lively were spotted together. The couple went public about their relationship shortly afterwards,  and the rest was history. They exchanged vows in 2012.

Back in June, Lively sparked an Instagram roast battle, when Reynolds posted a video interviewing his fake twin brother. Lively commented, “Sh*t. Your brother is hot. I’ve made a terrible mistake…” Reynolds replied with, "You haven’t made a mistake. You’ve been living with him for over a year.”

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Two daughters and six years of marriage later, clearly the couple still knows how to have fun. #Goals!

Source: DailyMail

 

 

 

 

 

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