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When John met Emily, he was nervous, thinking right away that he was going to fall in love with her.
Describing their first interaction, he said, "As I shook her hand, I went, 'I like you.'" He was also a fan of her work, as he's revealed that when they first started dating, she came over while he was watching The Devil Wears Prada, and he quickly changed the channel.
"I'll be really honest with you, I was never the coolest kid on the block, so I never had the ‘good ol' days' of a playboy type of lifestyle. So for me, the best days of my life started when I met my wife—that's the truth, it's not just me saying it because it sounds nice on a card," he admitted.If you share too much about yourself, people’s interest becomes about you as opposed to the roles you have played.”recently revealed to ET that her eldest daughter, Hazel, has an adorable reaction to her glam red carpet looks." data-reactid="33" WATCH: EXCLUSIVE: Emily Blunt Gushes About Husband John Krasinski: 'He’s the Perfect Man’ “She looks a bit like surprised, like whoaaa, and gives me a look up and down,” Blunt said at the NYC premiere of her new thriller.“It’s a look she’s not used to seeing.”For more from Blunt, watch ET’s exclusive interview below!Jennifer Aniston attended her baby shower and in January she went on holiday to Mexico with the Friends star and her fiancé Justin Theroux. Most of the people we’re friends with are people you can just hang out with,” says Blunt, when we meet at a coffee shop near her house in Ojai, California, a pretty town in a valley near Los Angeles. She comes out with statements that you would never catch an American A-lister saying, such as, “I’m going to use the bathroom before I pee myself,” and lamenting the absence of “pub culture.America tries very hard to emulate it but their pubs aren’t pubs: they’re impostors.” Nor did she have a very American attitude towards the birth of her daughter Hazel. ’ and I was like, ‘I don’t really have one, to be honest.’ The nurses were like, ‘Thank God’ – they’re used to women who come in and say, ‘I want this music playing when the baby comes out, I want this candle, these flowers…’” She waxes lyrical about Hazel, who is just six weeks old when we meet (Blunt meets me between feeds). I’m wondering what we were doing without her, actually. John and I spend a lot of time going, ‘Isn’t she cute?