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Blake Lively couldn’t resist watching her husband Ryan Reynolds lose his cool in football.
The 46-year-old Reynolds couldn’t hide his nerves after watching Welsh football team Wrexham AFC face Sheffield United in a tense match on Sunday. Luckily for her Lively, 35, her husband’s reaction to her game was broadcast live on her ESPN+, so she went ahead and bought a subscription.
“I bought ESPN+ today just to watch my husband experience crippling anxiety live,” she wrote on her Instagram story, along with a photo of Reynolds watching the game with her hands on her head. was added.
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Lively decided the subscription was “worth it” to see Reynolds and his team.
“If you’re not watching this insane Wrexham AFC game now, you’re missing out on this vibe,” she told her 37.8 million Instagram followers. “They’re playing a team three leagues above her, and they’re winning now. Life makes no sense.”
Wrexham and Sheffield ended the match in a 3-3 draw and will meet again on 7 February.
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At first, Lively was unsure about Reynolds co-owning the Welsh football team with Rob McElhenney. Reynolds said he surprised his wife with the news that he and McElhenney had acquired the team, but Lively eventually got used to big financial decisions.
“She’s actually more into Wrexham than I am,” he said in August.
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Reynolds then recalled the moment it all clicked for his wife of ten years. “We were lying in bed after the Wembley game and she was like, ‘You’re obsessed with this club, this community, this town and everything it represents and where it’s going.’ “I’m still as crazy as I am,'” he said. , It’s so great because we’re looking at schedules throughout the year.”
“It wasn’t a particularly engaging match,” Reynolds told ET. He continued, “We have Beckham and Will. [Ferrell] The atmosphere at Wembley is evocative and when I spoke to some of the players they said they could end their lives as professional athletes and would never enter that stadium, so it’s a hugely respected moment. am. “