Ryan Reynolds Isn’t Missing Anyone While Happily Quarantined with Family

Ryan Reynolds doesn't need a company of his friends as he loves quarantining with Wife Blake Lively and Three Daughters

Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds has been “mostly drinking” with his actress wife Blake Lively in self-isolation but is still trying to make staying at home an “educational experience” for the babies.

“We’re doing a lot of home-schooling. We’re lucky enough to have a little, tiny garden, so we’re learning a little bit about gardening. We’re trying to make this an educational experience. But I’m mostly drinking,” he said on Stephen Colbert via video link on “The Late Show”.

Reynolds said he is pleased to be in his all-female household “doing the girl’s things,” femalefirst.co.uk reports.

Talking about his quarantine time he said “I do not miss masculine company at all. Really, most men tend to just be the architects of someone’s demise. So it’s fine. I like just being here with the girls. I like doing the girls’ stuff. “Like, I try not to push sort of gender normative ideas on my kids as they’re born, but each one as soon as they came out of the chute, they wanted to make dresses, they wanted to dress in hot pink all day. That’s what I’ve been doing. This morning we made dresses out of tissue paper, which was fun for them. This is what we’re doing! We’re developing the skills that will take us into the new world.”

Ryan soon going to get a new look suggested by his lady love  Blake.”Tomorrow, Blake is going to give me a haircut. She did this once before. It took two and a half hours. And then at the end, it looked like she had done the whole thing using only a lighter or, like those gloves that are made of sandpaper. “It would have been a little faster if she had just rubbed my head until the hair disappeared. But tomorrow I’m getting a haircut, and I’m very excited.”

The pair have contributed $1 million to US and Canadian food banks, as well as $400,000 to New York City hospitals, and the ‘Proposal’ star has also promised to contribute a portion of his gin’s profits to support out – of-work bartenders. He thinks it’s vital that those able to “give back” do that.