Why Eva Mendes appreciates Ryan Gosling Cooking as a dad

share the load! Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling Make sure they share all parenting responsibilities – especially if it helps their daughters break down stereotypes.

“I’m not a great cook — I’ll leave that to Ryan,” said Mendes, 46 forbes in an interview published on June 2, 2022. “Hopefully it shows my girls that there are no gender roles to fill and that we are partners in that. That we’re all partners in it, not just Ryan and I, but our kids too. It’s a team effort every day.”

That training day star added that when daughters Esmerelda, 7, and Amada, 5, see her and the Barbie Actor, 41, ‘turning off certain things that aren’t specific to stereotypical gender things’ it “creates balance and harmony” in the household.

This isn’t the first time Mendes has raved about her boyfriend’s cooking skills. That trailer hitch The actress took to social media in 2020 to write a sweet tribute to the la la country talent of the star.

“Ryan is a great cook AND baker. Serious. Unbelievable. No joke. I’m not sure if I cook. It’s more like steaming vegetables and juicing and making rice. He really cooks. I survive,” she captioned the now-deleted post.

Mendes and Gosling have been notoriously low-key about their romance. The lovebirds first met on the set of The place Beyond the Pines in 2011 and were subsequently seen spending a lot of time together during the project. However, the film’s red carpet premiere in 2012 remains the only event the two have attended since the beginning of their relationship.

After three years together Us weekly confirmed in September 2014 that the Disney alum and the model welcomed their first daughter, Esmeralda. The duo welcomed daughter Amada two years later.

In 2020 the Lost River The actress opened up about the couple’s decision to keep their relationship private after a social media troll accused Gosling of not being “there for his kids.”

“I don’t talk about Ryan and all the wonderful things he does as a father because I keep that part private,” Mendes wrote via Instagram at the time. “I think it’s best if I continue to be open about what I’m comfortable with, but don’t involve him or my kids too much. It’s not about being reserved or weird, it’s just about staying private in a public space. Does this make sense? I hope. Because that is my honest answer.”

In the same month, a source exclusively shared Us that parents spent all the time at home with their little ones during the quarantine of the coronavirus pandemic.

“They are hands-on parents and don’t have nannies,” the insider said. “Being cooped up at home with two young children is sometimes exhausting, especially without on-call help.”

The source revealed that Gosling’s favorite pastime was going to farmers markets, adding that “he encourages everyone to do it with him. It’s fun for the whole family.”

The Canadian native went on to reminisce about time spent with his brood during the COVID-19 lockdown.

“Our kids are young, so being away from other kids and not being able to see family and stuff has been a tough time for them,” Gosling explained during a January 2021 interview with GQ. “So we did our best to entertain them. I think Eva and I have done more acting in quarantine than we have in our entire careers.”

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