Christmas is almost here (like this time next week almost here) and our favorite couple is dishing on their go-to presents. Anna Faris opened up about her upcoming plans with hubby Chris Pratt and she gave us yet another major reason to be jealous of the two — according to Faris he's the best gift giver ever.
"You wouldn't necessarily think so because he's such a dude, but he really is the most amazing gift-giver," Faris told People "So we just try to give each other sort of sentimental gifts, and he's much better at it than I am and thinks about it a little more than I do." Props to Pratt! (Most of us can only dream of a husband with amazing gift-giving skills.)
Pratt even conquered the trickiest gift category of all — jewelry. According to Faris he's even good at picking out accessories! Yeah, you could say we're officially jealous. "You really wouldn't think so with him being such a dude, but, yeah, he's great with that," Faris said. "And I try to be good with 'dude things' ... like there's this amazing knife company, out of Montana, and he loves camo stuff and hunting gear and things like that. But he's very sentimental in a way that you wouldn't necessarily expect."
While it seems Pratt spends a lot of his time playing Santa, self-proclaimed "world's laziest shopper" Faris admits she has a much less thought-out approach to presents. "I don't think about it until the last minute, I'm like a dude, so really I'll be at work, and I'll have a 15-minute break and I'll be like, 'Alright, uh, what do I get for the people in my life?'" The Mom star confessed. Let's be real, between a majorly popular TV show, hosting a weekly podcast, and being a mom to 3-year-old Jack, Faris' crazy schedule doesn't leave much time for holiday shopping.
The two actors recently celebrated their six-year anniversary, and in honor of the occasion the Jurassic World star let the world in on his secret to a successful marriage: telling the truth. "Honesty is the best policy, but being mindful of someone's feelings is also very important," he advised. "It's not okay to lie, but it is okay to protect your partner. And understanding the difference requires wisdom."