Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Ryan Reynolds hilariously trolls his wife Blake Lively on Instagram

Ryan Reynolds hilariously trolls his wife Blake Lively on Instagram

Ryan posted a pic of Blake in costume - wearing a pair of tracksuit bottoms and a beanie - with the title #nofilter.

The joking post, is just the latest in a series of trolling posts the beloved Hollywood couple have lobbied at each other, which began when Reynolds took to his Instagram to celebrate Lively's birthday, and posted a photo of mostly his face with her basically cropped out.

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But Reynolds took things to another level on Instagram yesterday by posting a very unflattering photo of his wife on the set of her new film.

Blake, 30, is now in Ireland filming The Rhythm Section, and underwent a makeunder that would leave Serena van der Woodsen shaken to the core.

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That look could be all for the benefit of her character, Stephanie Patrick, a woman out for revenge after her family is murdered in a terrorist bombing of their plane, in the upcoming thriller co-starring Jude Law.

Considering the absolute flood of cry-laughing emojis that is the comment section on that photo, we think it's safe to say fans are here for this brutal yet super silly husband and wife social media feud (of sorts). Lively got him back finally on his birthday on October 23.

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"So everybody's always asking me about it, and I say 'Oh my god, he said what?!' He's so amusing, so, anyway, [he needs] a lot of therapy".

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