Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds recreate their 1st date for their 10th anniversary

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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have officially been a couple for a decade. To celebrate the major relationship milestone, the famous duo took a step back in time by recreating their first date.

In a series of adorable Instagram Stories updates on Saturday, Lively revealed she and her husband went to O Ya, a Boston-based sushi restaurant.

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"If it weren't for this place. We wouldn't be together. No joke," the "Gossip Girl" alum dished while sharing a photo of Reynolds, 44, posing by the meaningful location. "No restaurant means more to us."

Lively, 33, revealed that the two have made a tradition of celebrating their first date every year, adding in another post, "10 years later, we still go out on our 'first date.' But in much more comfortable shoes."

The actress wore a gorgeous black and white polka dot dress with button details and black sandals while Reynolds opted for a navy print button-up shirt over a white undershirt with dark jeans and tan sneakers.

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The "Deadpool" star also marked their 10th anniversary on Saturday, taking to Instagram to tease his wife. He shared a selfie of them outside the restaurant: "Our favorite restaurant with her 4th favorite date."

Unfortunately, he cropped the photo so an important piece of Lively's look couldn't be seen, so he had to re-post the pic.

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"Posting this again because I cut out my wife's cute earrings. She trained me better than this," Reynolds said. "Sorry if I let anyone down."

Lively and Reynolds wed in September 2012 after meeting the year prior on the "Green Lantern" set. The couple share three daughters together.

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