Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes to marry? Don’t raise your hopes up yet. If Eva Mendes still feels the same way as she did for marriage five years ago, there will never be wedding bells for her and Gosling, no matter how long they have been together and their expanding family.
After being together for around five years now and blessed with two daughters, rumors claimed that Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes are finally taking their relationship to the next level.
If it all depends on Gosling, we probably can raise our hopes up.
Ryan Gosling’s interview with “Hello!” magazine in December disclosed how much he adores his family, especially his 42-year-old partner.
“I know that I’m with the person I’m supposed to be with,” he shared.
When asked what traits he is looking for in a woman, the hunk actor reportedly quipped, “that she’s Eva Mendes. There’s nothing else I’m looking for.”
Probably a proof of how happy he is with his family life, Ryan Gosling narrated during an interview with “Good Morning America” how he felt about the only guy at home, now that he and Mendes already have two daughters. The “Ghost Rider” actress gave birth to their second child, Amada, last April 29.
“It’s heaven,” he said, as reported by Daily Mail UK. “It’s like walking through a field of flowers every day. I live with angels.” Gosling and Mendes are also parents to 20-month-old Esmeralda.
“It’s a ray of sunshine in a dark time, honestly, because with Russell [Crowe] really, it’s sad,” he jokingly added referencing to “The Nice Guys,” his new project with the actor. “It’s sad that we’ve turned out this way.”
In the meantime, while talking to People, the former “Mickey Mouse Club” star admitted that he is one extra proud papa to her two daughters.
“It sounds so clichéd, but I never knew that life could be this fun and this great,” he said.
So it seems Ryan Gosling is in love with his partner and kids, but there are no wedding bells yet? The hesitation must be from Eva Mendes’ part.
According to US Weekly, the “Girl in Progress” star finds marriage as “unsexy.” In an earlier interview with Chelsea Handler in 2011, she said marriage is unromantic and unsexy. “And I love the idea of a union — that’s all very beautiful. But I think, you know, it’s a very old-fashioned, archaic kind of thing. We did it for land originally. How unromantic is that?,” she said.
She added that when reaching the age of 50 or 60, it is much sexier to call one’s partner a boyfriend or girlfriend rather instead of husband or wife.
Has she not change her mind? Will she eventually?