The couple has been hiding their relationship from the public, but in a recent TV show, the actress revealed some details about their 'relationship' Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling's relationship is especially enjoyable to watch, because even though they are both celebrities, they try to hide important moments of their private lives from the public eye.
When asked about the recent wedding rumors on Australia’s Kyle and Jackie O Show podcast, Mendes replied, “But who says we weren’t already? I like to keep it all mysterious. I’m a very mysterious woman”.
Clearly! Regarding the tattoo, Mendes says she got it “years ago,” “As far as Ryan, I’ll only post flashbacks of things that are already ‘out there’ (like pics from movies we did or stuff like that),” she explained in an Instagram comment.
“My man and kids are private. That’s important to me so thanks for getting that”. However, recently Ryan Gosling's wife and mother of his children showed off her new status with a significant tattoo. The actress got a short tattoo of "de Gosling".
Everything would be fine, but in the beauty's homeland - sunny Cuba, after the wedding, girls just add this prefix to their spouse's surname. Also on the TV show discussing the charity arrangements and time spent in Australia, Eva recalled the father of her children and, unexpectedly for many, called him "husband".
"Everyone is so welcoming here, and my husband Ryan is here and we're having a great time," the star told the show's hosts Karl Stefanovic and Alison Langdon. Of course, this did not go unnoticed and fans took to social media to congratulate the couple.
Mendes is a huge fan of Gosling's Barbie role
She’s been very supportive. She’s supporting my Kenergy,” he said on BBC’s The One Show, per PopSugar UK. “She started a hashtag, #ThatsMyKen, which meant a lot to me”.
Mendes even got to keep the Calvin Klein–inspired “Ken” underwear. “I saw the photo and the 14-year-old in me was like, ‘Ahhhhh,’” Mendes said in a June interview with The Talk. “It’s a funny photo and he’s trying to be funny, so it worked on all levels.
But when I saw it, he sent it to me from work and I said, ‘Can I please have that underwear? Please. I never ask for anything.’”