Chris Pratt is the wisest about this love and relationship business
Chris Pratt is the coolest person to become famous. Seriously. If you’ve been following his rise to stardom, you’re going to agree. He’s gone from a humble, endearing funny guy, to a humble, endearing funny guy who just happens to star in major blockbusters that make billions at the box office. On top of that, he’s also pretty good at dropping major truths about life. Talking to Women’s Health in their latest issue, he is once again making our hearts melt into tiny little puddles. Not an exaggeration.
If you’ve somehow managed to miss Pratt these last few years, he’s married to the hilarious and beautiful Anna Faris, and the two have a son, Jack. He and Faris are also very much alike, and he jokes in Women’s Health, it’s because they “married [themselves]” since they both have “comparable egos and abnormally high self-esteem.”
One thing that they don’t have in their relationship whatsoever? Lying. “Honesty is the best policy,” he explains, “But being mindful of someone’s feelings is also very important. It’s not okay to lie, but it is okay to protect your partner. And understanding the difference requires wisdom.”
He and Faris have an incredibly strong relationship, and are absolutely the cutest together no matter what they’re doing (and that includes PDA, but for Pratt it has to be “classy”). Need proof, and just want an excuse to look at these two together? Here you go.
Here’s that time Pratt tried to teach Faris football right before the Superbowl.
Here’s his sweet Instagram post doting on his lovely family.
Lest we forget all those times Pratt showed off his mad French-braiding skills (on Anna’s head).
And Faris gives the love right back. Yesterday, she even took 140 characters to wish Pratt a happy anniversary.
But the best/cutest is when these two funny people actually start making jokes with one another.
One last swoon worthy thing: back in June, Pratt told People Magazine that his relationship with Faris is “It’s just as important, if not more important, to focus on your relationship with your partner because your children are going to leave one day [and] you have to maintain a relationship that’s going to outlast your child’s needs for you.”
Clearly, he and Faris are doing a pretty good job at this relationship thing.
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