Call it a hunch, but we'd wager that many people have fantasised about being on the arm of model Emily Ratajkowski - enjoying candlelit dinners, reading the Sunday papers in bed with a couple of rounds of toast, or turning up to red carpet events together, looking a million dollars.
Unfortunately for you, that's actually the privelege of her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, the actor and producer she married earlier this year in a secret ceremony in New York. Soz.
However, that hasn't stopped one Russian guy, Max, from dreaming up scenarios with a little help from his pal Photoshop.
Photoshopping himself into her life - or vice versa - Max has shared photos on Instagram of everything he can think of, from the two of them lying in bed together through to hanging out at the beach.
While some are verging on a little, er, 'seedy', most of the pics are pretty ingenious. He's even Photoshopped himself onto a billboard in the background of one of the photos, while in another he's made himself into a piece of artwork that she's looking at in a gallery.
In one he's even posing on the edge of a skyscraper, balancing on a stool while holding a dog - because why the hell not?
But it seems Ratajkowski's not even necessarily arsed by such extravagance or theatrics, having revealed a few months back that hubby Bear-McClard proposed using a ring made out of the paper clip from her restaurant bill.
"He proposed to me at Minetta Tavern [an upscale restaurant in New York City], and he didn't have a ring so I was like 'mmm, nah'," the model and actress recalled on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
She added: "And then he took the paper clip that the bill was paid with and made me a ring which I actually thought was really romantic."
Having given very little away at the time they married in secret - other than a few mysterious Instagram stories and snaps - Ratajkowski continued: "I guess I didn't really know what I always wanted to do, which is maybe why it was so untraditional.
"I wore a mustard yellow suit and a black hat which was all part of my plan to not be noticed.
"Truly didn't work out quite as I'd imagined."
Holding his head trying to understand how she thought she would get away with not being seen, Jimmy joked: "Rob a bank, I mean really."
Ratajkowski added that the pair had actually made their rings, explaining: "We walked into Chinatown and bought a little piece of, like an ounce of gold, and he was like, 'We'll melt down the gold and make the rings'.
"Right, so I was like, 'I just don't see us melting down gold, that just seems kind of difficult'. But then he ended up going to some store in Midtown - this is the night before our wedding, by the way.
"This very nice man was like, 'I know how to do that'. So we came into his studio after hours and we actually hammered them out, the whole thing, used a little blow torch."
She also said that the rings were supposed to be temporary, but that she grew 'very attached' to hers. Well, you would, I suppose.
Featured Image Credit: PA/maxgluxix454/Instagram