Chris Evans Cuddling A Puppy In A Knives Out Sweater Will Soothe You Into The Week

The Captain America star and Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman had a puppy play date for their rescue dogs.

After trending for decidedly non-wholesome reasons earlier this year, Chris Evans is once again causing all sorts of conversation on social media.

But this time it’s over a very-safe-for-work video of the Marvel star cuddling up to an adorable puppy while wearing a chunky knit sweater.

And, yes, said chunky knit sweater just so happens to exactly resemble the same garment he famously wore in Knives Out, which spurred many a cream-coloured iteration to sell out in stores across the country.

On Sunday, Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman shared a video of her rescue pup Mylo and Chris’ furry friend Dodger meeting for the first time.

“Gentle, be gentle,” Chris cautioned in the Twitter video. “You got a new buddy?”

She then shared a clip of the actor lovingly holding and kissing her dog, adding in the caption, “Best buds.”

Chris also shared some videos of the outing from his own account.

“Dodger had a very energetic play date,” he wrote alongside a video of the canines roughhousing on a patio while Aly watched.

“Too bad his charm didn’t work on me,” he jokingly wrote alongside a different video, which showed him cozying up with Mylo.

While their puppy hangout very well might be platonic, that didn’t stop people on social media from suspecting that Chris and Aly might be giving each other puppy eyes.

Chris has been publicly single since his March 2018 breakup with Jenny Slate, despite rumours swirling about a possible romance with British actor Lily James earlier this year.

The two were spotted out and about together in London on multiple occasions over the summer, but both have refused to confirm or deny the potential relationship.

But should Chris and Aly take their friendship to the next level, it’s only a matter of time before they’re all outfitted in coordinating knitwear, considering his dog already owns his own set.


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