Young couples in Hollywood always love to share their unique parenting tips with the world. For example, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively mandatorily have hilarious stories about their kids every time they are questioned about them. Well, not new in the game, but Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have some unique parenting tips. Eva is quite active on social media and she has something new to say this time.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have some unique pictures to share
Eva Mendes is quite popular for her hilarious responses on social media. Not just that, every so often, she posts about her parenting. However, the couple is very cautious about maintaining their children’s privacy. They share two beautiful daughters Esmeralda, 8, and Amada, 6 years old. The couple, though unmarried, has been parenting the children for a long time.
Recently, Mendes posted a picture of herself in an optical illusion display on Instagram. With her head centered beneath a platter of phony fruits and a glare in her eyes, Eva is totally killing it. Most importantly, she posted this picture with a one-word caption which is “motherhood.”
It is hard to decode what the actress meant by this caption, but one thing is for sure: it has a hilarious meaning hidden behind it. Although there is no context present with the picture, her fans sure seemed to have loved it. They showed their love by commenting on the picture. One called it “magic” while the other called her “the best.”
While Eva is totally embracing motherhood, she had revealed in the past that, initially, she did not want to be a mother. She had said in an interview that she has no plans to have kids until she met her partner. Both of them have been together for 11 years now and seem very happy together.
According to Hello, she said, “I never wanted babies before until I fell in love with Ryan, and it kind of worked out to where I was 40 and having my first baby.” She was 42 when she had her second one.
Eva Mendes did her job by posting the picture with a caption with hidden meaning. Let us know in the comments if you decode it.