AceShowbiz - Chris Pratt has a pretty good reason for creating commotion in the background of Katherine Schwarzenegger's cooking tutorial video. While his wife was busy showing off her cooking skills with her social media followers, the Peter Quill of the "Guardians of the Galaxy" film series threw her into a giggle fit with his good luck reasoning.
On Sunday, April 19, Katherine made use of her Instagram Story handle to share with fans what she did to kill time during the coronavirus lockdown. It was not until she tried to make a strawberry shortcake that some noises could be heard in the background. "While I do this video, I'll preface this by saying that my husband will be playing golf in the background," she warned.
Before Katherine could continue, her husband cut her by stating, "Wait! Show me, it'll be good luck." The "Jurassic World" star's request left the daughter of actor-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger looking puzzled, and instead, writing in over the video, "I do not know how to turn the camera around on a tripod clearly."
When Katherine attempted to proceed with her tutorial, her "Passengers" actor husband made louder noises. At one point, he could be heard exclaiming, "Oh yeah! Get over that drive. Oh my God, that was so fun," prompting the 30-year-old author to break out in laughter.
While Chris stayed away from the camera most of the time, he made an appearance in one of the clips to praise his wife's baking skills. "I'm here to attest that Katherine's banana bread [is] truly remarkable," he gushed while eating the bread. "I love it. I got a little giddy inside when she said both of those loaves were for us."
"They'll be gone in… less than a day," Chris said as Katherine couldn't help but grinning from ear-to-ear. The author of "The Gift of Forgiveness" captioned the particular clip, "He likes it!"
Chris and Katherine got married in Montecito, California in June 2019. Since their wedding, he has often publicly praised his wife. In a March 2020 interview, he credited her for changing his life "for the better in so many ways," adding, "My heart and my soul, my son, I feel are all so safe with her, you know?"