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Chris Pratt Hilariously Crashes Katherine Schwarzenegger's Baking Video


Katherine Schwarzenegger took to Instagram this weekend to share a video of herself whipping up some strawberry shortcake. However, her baking tutorial was interrupted by Chris Pratt, who was practicing his golf swing in the kitchen.

“While I do this video, I’ll preface this by saying that my husband will be playing golf in the background,” the 30-year-old author informed her followers. 

As Schwarzenegger demonstrated each step of the recipe, Pratt could be heard virtually playing the sport. 

“This is my PGA moment,” the 40-year-old actor said at one point.

He seemed pretty excited about his performance, too.

“Oh, it looks good. Oh, it looks really good,” the Guardians of the Galaxy star said.

Schwarzenegger couldn’t help but laugh throughout the whole experience and showed her hubby some support.

“Good job, honey,” she said.

At one point, Pratt crashed the tutorial to review the banana bread Schwarzenegger had baked the day before.

“I’m here to attest that Katherine’s banana bread—truly remarkable. I love it,” he said. “I got a little giddy inside when she said both of those loaves are for us. They’ll be gone in less than a day. Good job, babe.”

Schwarzenegger and Pratt tied the knot in June 2019. The big day took place about six months after the couple announced their engagement.

Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger

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“She has changed my life for the better in so many ways,” the Jurassic World celeb told Jason Kennedy during an episode of E!’s In the Room. “My heart and my soul [and] my son I feel are all so safe with her, you know?”

Pratt said Schwarzenegger is a “great stepmom” to his son Jack, whom he shares with his ex Anna Faris.

“She’s, God-willing, gonna be a great mom one day,” he also told Kennedy about Schwarzenegger. “She’s got great parents, great siblings. She fills in all my many deficits.”





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