Ryan Gosling Debuts His Post-Baby Body

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Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes' daughter officially hatched on September 12. We haven't seen either one of the new parents since they announced they were expecting in July. But, it's been over a month since little Esmeralda Amada Gosling arrived and her dad needed to get back to work.
Gosling is in Atlanta to film The Nice Guys, and the paparazzi were able to capture the elusive new father in the wild. It's the first time we've really seen him since he became a dad. And, in true Hollywood form, he appears to have changed up his look. A lot of new parents do this: Kim Kardashian went blonde, for example.
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Ryan is sporting some brand-new facial hair, which strongly evokes that of Pornstache on Orange Is the New Black. Becoming a parent means a radical change in your identity, and a new look is often just what you need to still feel like you. Gosling sure looks thrilled to finally be ending the wild goose chase for photos of him now that he's officially a DILF.
Well, it's over now, Ryan. You've officially made your big, post-baby debut, flaunting that new flavor-saver. We agree, this entire article sounds ridiculous, but it's what female celebrities get subjected to every time they bring life into the world. Gosling has notoriously maligned Hollywood's ridiculous double standards for men and women in the past. We're sure he'd gladly help us make the case to end the whole post-baby-body debut phenomenon as well. Cheers, Papa Gosling.
(We're still not sold on the 'stache, though.)
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