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Hilary Duff’s husband Matthew Koma calls her epic for “misleading” Instagram posts

Hilary Duffhusband Matthew coma is not a fan of her latest post.

The musician exclaimed it funny Lizzie McGuire Alum after sharing a picture of him on Instagram. In the mail, Matthew sits in the driver’s seat of his car, wearing a pair of black latex gloves. To greet them Winnetka Bowling League Hilary, the cleanliness of the front man, labeled the photo “Huz, keep it clean.”

Fun at Younger Matthew commented, “Misleading post. This was the time you wanted to play ‘Medical Exam’ on our third date in the parking lot of Wahoo’s Fish Tacos.” When he understood where Hilary came from, he added: “I understand why, given today’s hygiene climate, it makes sense to publish this. But come on.”

Instead of responding to her husband, Hilary shared some cherished footage of the couple’s daughter Banks, 16 months, enjoys some trampoline time on her Instagram stories. The former Disney star tried to get the hang of it and caught all of the toddler’s adorable fumbling as she ran across the trampoline.

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Hilary, Matthew, Banks and Hilarys have son Luca, 8, did their part through social distancing. Earlier this week, she shared a cute snapshot of one of her hikes with her Youngins.

“Nice fresh air with my sun rays,” she labeled the picture. “Looks like we’re not going to be able to do this for a while with the new rules. If we all follow faster, the faster things can get back to normal. We’re here on the tenth day. Love, health, and dry ass hands to everything. “

While chatting with Miley Cyrus on her Instagram Live Show ClairvoyantThe mother of two children told how her family is doing. After Hilary explained that she loved spending more time with Matt and the family, she admitted that it was difficult to double as a full-time mother and teacher.

“And unfortunately it is in really terrible, sad circumstances, but we are trying to consider this time as a gift and to be positive,” she said. “But that doesn’t mean that every moment is like this, because now I literally want to pull my hair out of my head as a teacher, especially as a teacher who suffers from no WiFi and, as you know, tries to keep track of tasks and on attend morning meetings. ”

Hilary added, “It’s crazy, but you know everyone is in the same boat right now. So, I think we are capable and we are able and that is it now.”

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