Stanley Tucci is reminding fans about his celebrity brother-in-law: John Krasinski.
On Thanksgiving, “The Hunger Games” actor, 61, stirred a frenzy when he posted a sweet photo with Krasinski, who is married to Tucci’s “The Devil Wears Prada” co-star, Emily Blunt. Tucci married Blunt’s older sister, literary agent Felicity Blunt, in 2012.
“HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM MY FAMILY TO YOURS,” Tucci captioned a Polaroid photo of he and Krasinski chatting.
He also included a video from TikTok user Alexa Shoen, who said she reminds herself that the two are related by marriage whenever she’s “stressed out about the weight of the world.”
“They probably have shook hands while carrying a side dish they were bringing in somewhere in America. It is my deepest meditative practice to just go through this scenario in my head,” Shoen jokes about Tucci and Krasinski in the video.
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Fans including Shoen took to the comments to react to Tucci’s holiday post.
“OH MY GOD I CAN’T BREATHE, MY UPDATED MEDITATION NOW INCLUDES THE FACT THAT YOU ALL SIT AROUND ON THANKSGIVING AND WATCH THIS TIKTOK,” she commented. “Happy TGives to you and yours, Tucci. It’s an honor to make your acquaintance in this way.”
Another user commented that “this is one of the best things I’ve ever seen / heard on this platform.”
“I’ve contemplated this famous in-laws family fact. Happy T-Day,” another user wrote.
One user even quipped that Tucci and Krasinski should star in “a movie called the American Sons in Law” together.
Emily Blunt’s sister, Felicity Blunt, and her husband Stanley Tucci were on-hand to support “A Quiet Place,” which John Krasinski co-wrote.
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This isn’t the first time Tucci and Krasinski have celebrated the holidays together. Last Christmas, he shared a video of himself making Christmas cocktails for Krasinski and Blunt, who donned tinsel garlands and Santa hats.