Everyone is in agreement that Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are the best couple in Hollywood, right?
The Jurassic World star has been having his moment for a year or so now, but Pratt hasn't forgotten what it was like being the lesser-known actor in his relationship.
In the latest issue of GQ, he was asked whether it's weird to be in a marriage like his where the fame balance keeps readjusting itself.
"Mmm… I think it probably could affect... I think it's something you have to manage," he replied. "It's a little different, because she's achieved enough to hang her hat on for her life, anyways. She's done really amazing things — she's always gonna be known for really funny and great work, critically acclaimed work and successful stuff."
Pratt continued, "I've had those moments… where I was like the guy holding the purse at events and people just looked right through me. And, you know, actors come up and just blatantly hit on my wife in front of me and don't even look at me. I'm like, 'What the f--k, dude?' I can think of exactly who they are, too, and I hope they f--king audition for Guardians of the Galaxy."
He is referring to the sequel, which begins filming next year.
"Also, producers and studio people now who will come up to me and treat me the same way that they were treating Anna. They're like, 'I always knew...'" he adds. "I'm like, 'Is that right? That's interesting, because you f--king stared right through me the last time....'"
Pratt, 35, and Faris have a 2-year-old son named Jack. And the actor is constantly documenting how happy their home life is. Over the weekend, he posted the below shot on Instagram, writing: "Happy boy, happy wife, happy life, porch swing. #CanIGetAHashtag Proverbs 22:6."
Chris and Anna would like more kids, but he told the magazine they have many things to consider. "I had siblings, so did Anna — we both dream of it. Jack should have the gift of a little person to push around, whether we have kids or potentially have a surrogate or adopt kids. He was premature, and Anna's 38, so the idea of going through that again—that was tough, and I think, like, that's something to truly consider."
Pratt is also aware he will probably have to make a choice between his family and taking that great movie role at some point.
"I have a feeling I'll be tested and I'll have to prove to him that he's more important to me than show business, and I feel I'll be ready to pass that test... If it means turning down a big paycheck so that I can go camping for the weekend, being difficult with my contract so that I can be let out, and it means the quality of the film goes down because I'm not there to give everything, then so be it," he tells GQ. "And if it means retiring early and getting a ranch somewhere and just bird hunting, that's kind of what I secretly want to do anyways, so that'll be sweet."
He probably would be good at that.
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) May 17, 2015
Yep. Chris and Anna are definitely the best celebrity couple ever.