Did Blake Lively just get trolled by husband Ryan Reynolds on Instagram? The "Gossip Girl" alum celebrated her 32nd birthday and Reynolds made sure that he greeted his wife on the photo-sharing app, albeit hilariously! The "Deadpool" actor just loves to troll his wife with quirky gestures!

The actor took to Instagram and posted a series of photographs of him and his wife, Elle reports. In these hazy photographs, she was not looking at the camera or she was distracted. These were photographs from their dinners, vacations, and other outings. "Happy Birthday, @blakelively," he captioned the candid pictures.

Lively hasn't replied to the birthday wish but several celebrities commented on the post. Supermodel Gigi Hadid commented with a heart emoji, while Millie Bobby Brown commented: "Haha! Happy birthday she's still always so beautiful." Rob Liefeld, another "Deadpool" actor said "There are no bad pictures of @blakelively."

Lively has kept a low profile for the past couple of months. The couple is expecting Baby No. 3 later this year. Lively and Reynolds announced their pregnancy at the premiere of the latter's film, "Detective Pikachu," in May.

The actress flaunted her baby bump in a yellow gown at the premiere of the film. Lively and Reynolds are already parents to two children, Inez Reynolds and James Reynolds. The actress was last seen in "A Simple Favor."

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Actor Ryan Reynolds holds his daughter James as his wife Blake Lively looks on the Deadpool actors Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony in Hollywood, California on December MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images

Meanwhile, Reynolds will celebrate his birthday in October. "Happy Birthday to 2018's Sexiest Voter Alive @vancityreynolds #justvoted #absenteeballotparty!," the actress wished her husband on Instagram last year.

Reynolds recently shared a photograph of the gift given to him by Lively. It was a sentimental, commissioned painting created by Danny Galieote. "My first job was delivering newspapers for the Vancouver Sun. The house in the painting is my childhood home. My brothers and I spent years trying to kill each other on that lawn," the actor wrote.

He added that the house no longer exists but it does in his head. He also took the opportunity to troll his wife once again. "This piece of art is the greatest present my wife has ever given me. If there's ever a fire, I'm grabbing this first. I'll come back for Blake," the father-of-two wrote.