“With a splash of…” – Ryan Reynolds transforms into a bartender shortly after meeting the King and Queen +2023

Ryan Reynolds is a man of many credits. That Dead Pool star has achieved success that one can only dream of. From an incredibly successful acting career to owning several successful companies, there’s no denying the actor is a cross-industry tycoon. While he is an extremely funny and hilarious actor who always makes those around him laugh, the actor is also an extremely dedicated person, whether it be in acting or his business ventures.

Since taking over the oldest Welsh football club, Reynolds, along with Wrexham AFC co-owner Rob McElhenney, have taken various steps to promote football in Wales. The two even met King Charles III. and Camilla, the Queen Consort, to discuss the redevelopment of Wrexham AFC. And shortly after his meeting with the royals, the Dead Pool Star turned bartender.

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Ryan Reynolds transforms into a bartender to celebrate Wrexham’s new status as a city

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s commitment to promoting Wrexham AFC and Welsh culture is to be commended. That Free guy star’s love of the game knows no bounds. This is evident in his and his partner’s recent meeting with the King and Queen to discuss the redevelopment and future prospects of Wrexham AFC. And soon after his connection with the Royals, the Aviation Gin investor turned bartender as he and McElhenney enjoyed a drink or two at The Turfs alongside his owner Wayne Jones.

Jones tweeted his excitement at finding a new bartender at Reynolds Dead Pool star Tweeted as answer to, “I only know how to make an Aviation Gin with a spritz of Aviation Gin.” Along with Reynolds was the It’s always sunny in Philadelphia star Rob McElhenney as the duo shared with ITV News’ Rhys Williams how it felt to meet the King and Queen of England. Wrexham’s new town status was also the cause of much celebration for the co-owners of Wrexham AFC.

Reynolds and McElhenney have been pushing to promote Welsh culture since taking over the football club. Recently, the Welsh fans even sang a song while Rob joined the club’s supporters in a pub. The duo even received a Dragon Award from the Welsh Government for their work.

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What do you think is in store for Wrexham AFC and its co-owners after that? Share your guesses in the comments section below.

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