Boyfriend Devin Booker showed his support for Kendall's new business venture, 818 Tequila, with a stunning array of cacti and a flowered "818" display with the help of artist Jeff Leatham. Kendall shared a video of the gorgeous gift on Instagram with hearts and shocked face emojis. Leatham reposted also wishing her "congrats" on the exciting liquor launch.
"What an incredible experience I have had thus far, learning about this beautiful place, it's beautiful culture, and the beautiful people!" Kendall wrote on Instagram to commemorate the start of 818 Tequila on May 18. "@drink818 has launched in California...We will be rolling out to the rest of the US all summer long, keep a look out!!!"
Kendall first announced she was developing a tequila company in February 2021.
"For almost 4 years i've been on a journey to create the best tasting tequila," Kendall captioned on February 16 with videos of her sampling the alcohol. "After dozens of blind taste tests, trips to our distillery, entering into world tasting competitions anonymously and WINNING...3.5 years later I think we've done it!"
This isn't the first time Kendall's boyfriend has voiced his love for Kendall on social media. In January 2021, Devin re-shared a pic of Kendall laying by the pool. "Whew," he captioned.
Devin also frequently comments on Kendall's photoshoots, calling the runway model "very beautiful."
An insider previously told E! News that Kendall "definitely prefers to keep her relationships on the down low" but she is smitten with Devin. "She's happy to be with him right now," the insider explained.
The NBA player and Keeping Up With the Kardashians star first sparked romance rumors in April 2020. The couple made their romance official on Valentine's Day 2021.
Kendall has cheered on Devin's NBA career from the sidelines at Phoenix Suns games. The lovebirds even earned a Fashion Week nod from Louis Vuitton with a sweet customized trunk with their initials, "KJ + DB."
"This is the happiest Kendall has been in a relationship," another insider revealed in April 2021. "It's getting more and more serious and she is very happy."
John Krasinski thought he'd found the breakfast of champions, but wife Emily Blunt wasn't quite on the same page.
The 41-year-old The Office alum visited The Late Show on Thursday, May 20, where Stephen Colbert noted that the star is currently in great shape to film his Amazon Prime series Jack Ryan. But Stephen sensed John, who shares daughters Hazel, 7, and Violet, 4, with his wife of almost 11 years, may have been less careful with his fitness amid the quarantine.
When the host asked John if he lost his chiseled physique during the downtime from filming, the actor replied emphatically, "Oh, yeah." John continued, "There was a moment there where we were still going to shoot, and I said, 'I am totally ready to shoot. We just need to change the name of the show to Fat Ryan. And then, let's do it.'"
As for what became his favorite treat, he said he loved joining his kids for microwave popcorn, until Emily ultimately had to get involved.
"I got addicted to weird things," the It's Complicated performer admitted. "I was addicted to popcorn. My kids had microwave movie popcorn for something, and they loved it, and then just slowly the time started getting earlier and earlier. And at like 9:00 a.m. at breakfast, I was like, 'Does anybody want popcorn?'"
He continued, "And Emily was like, 'You gotta cool it on the popcorn! You got to stop microwaving popcorn at 9:00 a.m.'"
John was on The Late Show to promote his long-delayed horror film A Quiet Place Part II, in which he directed his wife, and the filmmaker couldn't stop singing her praises.
"The truth is, I think she's the most talented actress we have," John adorably gushed. "I mean, she's just the most unbelievably talented person, but also, more than acting, she's just such an incredible person to have on set. The entire crew, everybody who's around, just loves it much more when she's on set."
Without divulging any spoilers, Stephen teased that a scene toward the end involving children was a clue to the host about how much affection John has for his own kids. Sure enough, the actor was quick to agree.
"As psychotic as it seems when you look at the poster, these movies are a love letter to my kids," the proud papa shared. "They really are."
Burning to hear Phoebe Dynevor's take on Regé-Jean Page's Bridgerton exit? Well, dear readers, you're in luck. The 26-year-old actress broke her silence on the 31-year-old actor's departure during the May 20 episode of the Variety Awards Circuit Podcast.
"I had a bit of a heads up, so I knew. But yeah, I guess it is a spanner," she said. "But again, the show centers around the Bridgertons and there are eight books. And I think maybe the fans of the books were more aware of that happening than the fans of the show. Because I think the fans of the books know that every episode is about a different sibling. And we're very much passing on the baton to the lovely Johnny [Bailey], who plays Anthony and that will be the main storyline of season two and the story arc of season two."
As Dynevor noted, the period drama is based on Julia Quinn's novels and each focuses on one of the eight Bridgerton siblings. The first book centers on Dynevor's character Daphne Bridgerton, who is just entering the social season in 19th century London, and her relationship with Page's character the Duke of Hastings Simon Basset. The second book, and therefore season, focuses on Anthony Bridgerton. And while Daphne, who is now happily married to Simon, will help her brother navigate the social season, there is less focus on her relationship with the duke.
Even though fans of the books may have seen Page's exit coming based on the novels' plots, it didn't make the news of his departure any easier when it was announced in April that he wouldn't be returning for season two.
"Obviously, it's sad to see [Page] go," Dynevor said, "but I'm looking forward to being reunited with my family."
Still, she'll always have fond memories of working with Page. "I remember shooting the last scene in episode one where Regé and I have, like, our first dance together," Dynevor recalled. "And I remember thinking, 'Wow, this feels kind of special.' There were, like, fireworks going off behind us and it was, like, really romantic music. It felt like a really special moment, but you never know if it's going to come out on camera and the audience is going to feel that buzz, too. It's hard to tell."
Viewers certainly did. The show became Netflix's biggest series ever. In fact, it's already been renewed through season four and there's a spinoff in the works. And as Page told Variety in April, he always knew his character's storyline would be a "one-season arc" and "then the Bridgerton family rolls on."
"I have nothing but excitement for Bridgerton continuing to steam train off and conquer the globe," he said at the time. "But there is also value in completing these arcs and sticking the landing."