Ryan Reynolds Gives Hilarious Pointers for What Dads Should Do in the Delivery Room -- Watch!
By Alex Ungerman
This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.
If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.
Ryan Reynolds Opens Up About Raising Daughters: 'Two Under Two I…
Martha Stewart Sells Her Stuff to Blake Lively, Jimmy Fallon and…
Hailey Bieber Opens Up About Undergoing Heart Surgery After Suff…
Met Gala 2022: All the Must-See Moments From Fashion's Big Night
'90 Day Fiancé's Ariela Opens Up About Biniyam's Sister Throwing…
Tom Cruise Opens Up About Working With Val Kilmer Again in 'Top …
Selma Blair Opens Up About Alcoholism, Reveals First Time She Go…
Jada Pinkett Smith Opens Up About Lack of Protection As 'Biggest…
Kylie Jenner Lip Dubs a Travis Scott Song on TikTok and Opens Up…
Terry Crews Opens Up About Learning to Control His Rage, Suicida…
Met Gala 2022: Get Ready With Janelle Monae (Exclusive)
Met Gala 2022: Biggest Fashion Trends, Cutest Couples and More!
Hilary Duff Calls Posing Nude a Combination of Terrifying and Fr…
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill on Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford Joinin…
Watch Angelyne in Rare Interviews About Her Iconic L.A. Billboar…
David Oyelowo on Joining the 'Yellowstone' Universe With Bass Re…
Johnny Depp Not Dating His Attorney Camille Vasquez (Source)
Kourtney Kardashian's Kids Cringe Over Her PDA With Travis Barker
Prince William and Kate Middleton Go Hollywood Glam at ‘Top Gun:…
Ryan Reynolds has really gotten the hang of being a dad in the delivery room!
The Deadpool star, who recently welcomed baby No. 2 with wife Blake Lively, sat down with GQ as one of the publication's "Men of the Year," where he had some hilarious pointers for how to be most helpful when your loved one is giving birth.
"Be in the room, you're not Don Draper," the 40-year-old actor explains, while cautioning, "Your wife will never think it's funny or charming if you tip your imaginary top hat and say, 'At your cervix.' Don't do that."
Of course, while being there is important, it's also good to remember your role in the whole process.
"Realize that you're pretty much the least important thing in the room," Reynolds shares. "It's gonna go your wife, your baby, the doctor, a nurse, a doula if you have one... the air."