Ryan Gosling Says Living With Eva Mendes and Their Two Daughters Is 'Heaven'
By Desiree Murphy
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Hey girl. Ever wonder what it's like to live with Ryan Gosling? Because he's telling you, and obviously it's something like a dream.
The Nice Guys actor was a guest on Good Morning America on Thursday, where he couldn't stop gushing about what life at home is like with his longtime girlfriend, Eva Mendes, and their two daughters, 1-year-old Esmeralda, and Amada, who was born last month.
"It's heaven," he exclaimed. "It's like walking through a field of flowers every day. I live with angels."
"It's a ray of sunshine in a dark time, honestly, because with Russell [Crowe], it's really sad that we've turned out this way," he continued, jokingly poking fun at his relationship with his co-star in the new action-comedy, which hits theaters on May 20.
Gosling also talked about the viral "Hey girl" memes his fans have created over the years, something Crowe finds confusing and makes him "feel old."
"I wish I could [explain the 'Hey Girl' memes] -- honestly, I was hoping you could give me a little clarity on it," the 35-year-old heartthrob explained to GMA's Amy Robach. "I think we're all confused. It's unearned anyway, I don't really deserve it. I've never said ['Hey girl']. I never said that, no."