, Ryan and Eva are exceptionally hands on parents to their 1-year-old daughter Esmeralda.

Back in 2005, the former Disney Mouseketeer met Zach Shields in the kind of scenario Perez Hilton has made a career out of.

With Gosling dating his then co-star, Rachel Mc Adams, and Shields involved with her sister, the pair found odd common ground in a shared affinity for haunted houses and Dead Man’s Bones was born.

After all, what could go wrong for a project envisioned by an Oscar-nominated actor and his girlfriend’s sister’s boyfriend using instruments they didn’t yet know how to play to write songs about ghosts, ghouls and monsters?

This Canadian loves herself some sizzling Canadian baecon, no doubt.

I mean, I’m happy she found someone, however I couldn’t help but instantly gaze off into the distance and replay this moment in my mind.

Ryan Gosling is a man with life perpetually wrapped around his little finger.

He has the looks, the Hollywood career, the beautiful girlfriend and family, the indie cinema kudos, the well-meaning Internet memes and yes, inevitably, he can play guitar.

After deciding to play every instrument themselves, avoid click tracks and electric guitars and try to record every song in no more than three takes, their first official track, ‘In the Room Where You Sleep’, made its way into the world on Christmas Day (c’mon, Ryan! Sat somewhere between Bobby Picket’s ‘Monster Mash’ and Arthur Brown’s ‘Fire’, its curious blend of ’60s pop, Hammond-heavy Halloween vibes and Gosling’s creepily theatric vocals clearly laid out their commitment to the Munsters aesthetic.

A year later, Dead Man’s Bones’ self-titled debut album arrived, complete with songs about zombies, werewolves and death.