Sara Foster Jokingly Calls Out Husband Tommy Haas for Liking Instagram Posts of Other Women

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David Livingston/Getty Images Tommy Haas, Sara Foster

On Valentine's Day, Sara Foster called out her husband, Tommy Haas, for liking posts of other women on Instagram — and the tennis pro lobbed the critique right back.

"Happy Valentine's Day to the guy that hasn't figured out yet that 'likes' are public," Foster, 40, wrote on Instagram. The actress and model shared two screen shots of Haas' likes on photos of women wearing bikinis.

"Love you @tommyhaasofficial," she added.

In his own Valentine's Day tribute, Haas, 42, revealed that Foster is no less guilty.

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"Happy Valentine's day @sarafoster I promise i will go back to the gym," Haas wrote in a post on his Instagram Story, sharing a photo of a shirtless Bachelorette alum Tyler Cameron that Foster had liked.

Foster and Haas tied the knot in 2010, and share two daughters: 10-year-old Valentina and 5-year-old Josephine.

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The fashion designer is often candid on social media about the realities of family life.

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At the beginning of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Foster revealed that after being quarantined together, she and Haas had run out of things to argue about, so they were fighting about Peloton.

In an Instagram post a few months later, she wrote, "We don't agree on mattress firmness, temperature in the bedroom,amount of screen time for kids, what language to speak in the house , movies, food(I hate sushi), and a million other things. One thing we do agree on is WEARING A MASK."