Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are well known for trolling and teasing each other in interviews and online.
Fan Sam had been pitch-side for a match in Wrexham FC stadium over the weekend when he spotted the Gossip Girl star who had stopped by to say hello.
Pulling out his phone to take a video, Sam called out to Blake to ask her a favour.
"Blake, Blake! Could you say 'hi' to Stephanie? It's my girlfriend!" he says.
The film star turns to Sam and kindly replies, "Hi Stephanie!", waving and smiling before quickly adding: "You should leave him!"
Acting surprised by her own cheeky comment, Blake gasped and shouted, "What!?" before running away and leaving the cluster of fans in stitches.
Sam, who clearly took the joke in good spirits, pretended to groan in disappointment.
Thankfully, it sounds like Stephanie didn't take Blake's advice.
Sharing the video to Twitter, Sam thanked Blake profusely for taking the time to talk to him.
"Steph's cried happiness and she’s absolutely over the moon," he raved.
"Luckily she hasn’t broke up with me! Thanks again @blakelively."
While chatting about the interaction with other football fans, he later joked: "I never thought I'd be violated by a celebrity, but here we are."
Stephanie has also shared Sam's video to Twitter and it's safe to say she absolutely adored Blake's shout-out.
"Best day ever," she gushed.
When followers asked whether or not Stephanie was planning to take Blake's advice, she promised she 'never' would, and was instead 'waiting on the ring'.
That's a pretty successful day out in Wrexham!
The Welsh football team was purchased by Blake's husband Ryan Reynolds and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia star Rob McElhenney back in November 2020, putting the oldest pro-football team in Wales back on the map.
Before Ryan and Rob came along, the Welsh club had been under fan ownership since 2011, having lost their place in the football league in 2008 before eventually falling into administration.
Dedicated fans did their best to keep the team alive for nearly 10 years before the two stars came along with an offer to buy them - which members were overwhelmingly in support of.
Since then, the pair have released docu-series Welcome to Wrexham about their unlikely ownership of the football club.Featured Image Credit: @swxm01/Twitter