Ever since Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively got married back in 2012, the actors have served as the embodiment of #CouplesGoals.
Aside from the fact that they're both absurdly photogenic, Ryan and Blake seem to have the kind of lighthearted rapport that enabled A-list couples to navigate the rough waters of Hollywood monogamy.
But despite - or perhaps because of - the fairytale appearance of Blake and Ryan's marriage, a new tabloid report has the couple on the verge of calling it quits.
According to OK! magazine, Reynolds and Lively are contemplating divorce due to the strain placed on their marriage by his work schedule.
"The past few years, Ryan's been working out of town while Blake stays home with the kids," a source tells the tabloid.
"The distance between them has taken its toll."
A believable enough scenario, we suppose.
But if there's any truth to OK's claims, it comes as news to Reynolds, who denied the report in the sarcastic fashion that's long made him one of the most amusing celebs on social media.
"I wish," Reynolds tweeted in response to the article.
"I could use a little 'me time.'"
Reynolds' sardonic tone might come as a surprise for those who don't follow him on Twitter and who know him best from his pre-Deadpool work as a lead in romantic comedies.
However, those who have enjoyed his social media antics know this is all very on-brand for the actor.
This is, after all, the same purveyor of comic gold who's been known to make fun of his fans' crappy boyfriends and encourage followers to get his name tattooed on their ass.
Needless to say, Ryan's tweets are not to be taken too seriously.
By all accounts, however, Ryan and Blake take their marriage and their duties as parents quite seriously.
Late last year, lively opened up about the struggles of raising two children despite a pair of very hectic work schedules.
"My husband and I don't work at the same time, so we all go together as a family," Lively told People magazine.
"If we're away as a family, it's never more than for a day. We stay together."
Sounds like Lively and Reynolds won't be calling it quits anytime soon - but that doesn't mean he'll stop lovingly roasting his wife on Twitter.