‘Put a f**king shirt on’: Ryan Reynolds reveals he had to tell a Wrexham star to speak to his wife Blake Lively ‘like a gentleman’ after repeatedly being found topless
- Wrexham’s Hollywood owners are toasting the club’s promotion to League Two
- Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have greeted the squad on visits to Wrexham
- Reynolds revealed he told a promotion star to wear a shirt around Lively
Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds has revealed he had to repeatedly tell one of the club’s stars to put a shirt on around his wife Blake Lively.
The Welsh club are still toasting being crowned National League champions last month, with Reynolds and fellow co-owner Rob McElhenney treating the squad to an all-expenses-paid trip to Las Vegas.
The Hollywood stars have been heavily involved with the squad, with the pair having made trips into the dressing room during visits in the promotion campaign.
Reynolds told the Fearless in Devotion podcast that when he had entered the dressing room with his wife Blake Lively, one playerwas repeatedly found topless.
The star said he had to order Ollie Palmer to put a shirt on when speaking to Lively.
Ollie Palmer, pictured with Rob Mcelhenney and his wife Kaitlin Olson, was repeatedly found topless by Wrexham’s owners during visits to the club’s dressing room
‘Every time we’ve come as a family we’ve come over we have a walk down to the dressing room,’ Reynolds said.
‘Ollie is always the first one to walk out, completely shirtless, to have a conversation with my wife.
‘I’m like Ollie put a f**king shirt on and come back out to speak to her like a gentleman’.
The forward, who was signed for club record fee in January 2022, has also established a clothing brand as well as helping Wrexham earn League Two status.
The Wxm clothing line, whihch includes a range of hoodies, t-shirts, jumpers and hats, has been branded around the club and the Welsh town.
Wrexham announced in November that a share of all profits made on sales in the club shop would be used to support the Wrexham Community Trust.
Members of the Wrexham squad were seen sporting Wxm branded champions hoodies on their way to Las Vegas for the promotion celebrations earlier this month.
‘Ollie is one of the best guys I know though, really funny, and I’m thrilled for him and his clothing brand,’ Reynolds added.
‘It’s nice to see that take off.’