As if most women on the planet weren't already jealous of Eva Mendes for carrying Ryan Gosling's baby, some other celebrities are jealous of her and her beau as well.
Maksim Chmerkovskiy, the current reigning pro champion from ABC's Dancing with the Stars is reportedly extremely envious of the private lived Mendes and Gosling have been able to lead-despite being two of Hollywood's most high-profile actors and sex symbols.
Chmerkovskiy's feelings about the pair's privacy came out while he spoke to the New York Daily News July 16, where he revealed that sometimes being linked to big names in the industry can mean big trouble for celebs who previously had a more private existence.
And while Chmerkovskiy has had his fair share of spotlight over the years, his recent win and rumored romances with recent partner Meryl Davis, supermodel Kate Upton and mega music star Jennifer Lopez, have all catapulted his celebrity status to a level he found annoying.
"I now understand why Hollywood is such a difficult place to have a good relationship in: because there's all these interferences," he said. "Two people have to be so strong-and notice I didn't say 'in love.' They have to be in love, but trust me, there've been situations when two people have been really in love, and all of this gets in the way and it completely ruins it."
However, the ability that Gosling and Mendes have had at keeping their relationship relatively private is something Chmerkovskiy says he envies greatly.
"Look at Eva [Mendes] and Ryan[Gosling] having a baby," he said. "I think their relationship is amazing, because it's so quiet and nobody knows anything about it. And those two people are professional, they're amazing at what they do, and they're strong enough to be able to keep it to themselves. That's brilliant. I envy them and I look up to couples like this."
News that Gosling and Mendes were expecting a child together first broke earlier this month, but Mendes is reportedly already seven months pregnant-meaning the couple successfully kept the news hidden from the press for a long time.