)TBD on whether she signed her messages to Leo, "XOXO, Blake," but we'll go ahead and imagine that she did.
—the much-anticipated sequel to the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time—he was game for pretty much anything.
"I wish," Reynolds tweeted in March, referencing a report that they'd been struggling to spend time together.
"I could use a little 'me time.'"Because at this point the idea that duo, wed since 2012, might break up is truly laughable.
was at its peak and Blake Lively and Leonardo Di Caprio were hot and heavy in the midst of their five-month relationship.
Their fling may have been short-lived, but one of their cute (or creepy, depending on whom you ask) couple traditions apparently lives on.
But the most surprising tidbit of info came from executive producer Joshua Safran, who let the world in on a little secret about Lively and Di Caprio's relationship. episodes, Blake was dating [Di Caprio] at the time, and she had this thing where she had a doll that she took photos of that she sent to Leo. Still, it doesn't hold a candle to her and Ryan's present-day, photo-related couple traditions.
Namely, that she used to take pictures of a Flat Stanley–style doll and send them to him."We learned a lot from Blake," Safran told . (I mean, have you seen their Instagram feeds lately?
(A blurb on the site noted the pair "remain protective of images of them on their most heartfelt occasion," but "they graciously let us share pictures of the elements we created together.")Moving from more than friends to married in less than a year is the type of behavior that typically earns relationships the whirlwind romance designation.So the pair became "buddies," as Reynolds put it to But right around the time Reynolds started gushing about her baking skills at the June 2011 premiere ("This girl's in a kitchen all day, baking our crew on our movie—everything you can imagine. Unfortunately for Reynolds, it happened at the precise moment they were on a double date—with other suitors."That was the most awkward date for the respective parties," he recalled to , "because we were just like fireworks coming across [the table]." Though if you ask Lively, she didn't quite see the spark. "No one was in there, so it was just totally empty.set in Boston, bringing along her maltipoo Penny and a handful of balloons as a birthday surprise.Soon, she was a regular in his Vancouver hometown, spending the holidays at home with his family.