When it comes to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, the actress wants her fans to know that she loves him a lot. On July 31, the “All I See Is You” star told Glamour magazine that she wanted to spend the rest of her life with Reynolds. It’s safe to say that Blake’s relationship with the “The Hit Mans Bodyguard” actor has its fair share of ups and downs. Could that create problems in the paradise? It has been assured that there is no trouble in paradise, just a typical husband and wife are going through what everybody else does in a relationship.

Are they expressive?

"We are very shy and do not express ourselves before media, but that doesn’t mean the love is not real,” Blake told ET Online. She continued, saying that she is in love with Ryan Reynolds, and he means everything to her. The actress names her husband as “the most decent and amazing person in the world.”

Blake and Ryan tied the knot in September 2012 and had two daughters: Ines and James. They reportedly bought a home in Bedford, New York in June 2012 before getting married. Not only do they support each other's projects, but they share red carpet appearances with their daughters and find time to gush about each other. The “Shallows” actress also revealed the secrets to her successful marriage, crediting their friendship with keeping them on the straight when it comes to arguments between them.

Their daughters get so pumped watching Disney films.

Tweets about their kids

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have been known for their tweets on relationships and parenting. The “All I See Is You” star revealed that Ryan’s social media stories are entirely fabricated. He often talks about his daughters’ education and makes plans for their future with his fans.

As for the dynamics of their relationship, they simply treat each other as best friends. There is certainly much love between Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, so fans should not worry about their future.

They first met on the set of “Green Lantern” in 2010, where Ryan played Hal Jordan and Blake was seen as Carol Ferris. Ryan called the movie as “an original story.” The film also featured Peter Sarsgaard, Kennon Kepper, Mark Strong, Angela Bassett, and Tim Robbins.

In April 2010, Comics Continuum reported that “Green Lantern” would be part of a direct-to-video project that was timed for the release of “Green Lantern” film in 2011. We wish them good luck and want Blake and Ryan to achieve success in all walks of life.