Celebrity Power Couple Flees Los Angeles: Don't Want Their Children to 'grow up around other celebrity kids'

Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have moved their daughters out of Los Angeles. They want to avoid the celebrity culture for Esmeralda, 9, and Amada, 7. The move is to ensure a normal upbringing away from the Hollywood scene.

A source revealed to People magazine the couple's priority is their family. "For them, the most important job is their girls. Everything else comes second," they said. The couple aims for balance and happiness away from the limelight.

It's not confirmed if Gosling and Mendes, together since 2011, are married. Inquiries have been made to their representatives for clarification.

Despite their private life, Mendes publicly supported Gosling's Oscar performance. She donned his pink blazer and a cowboy hat, celebrating his role and urging him to return home for family duties.

Mendes expressed pride in Gosling's work despite criticism. "So proud of my man," she wrote on Instagram, highlighting his achievement against initial backlash for his role in "Barbie."

At the "Barbie" premiere, Gosling wore a pink "E" necklace, hinting at his connection to Eva. His appreciation for their relationship and family is evident in his public statements.

Ryan honored Eva and their children in his acceptance speech for the Kirk Douglas Award. He credits his personal happiness and career success to his family and the film industry.

Reflecting on working with Mendes in "A Place Beyond the Pines," Gosling calls it a significant experience. He hopes for another opportunity to collaborate with Eva in the future.

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