‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser Shouts Out His Sister for Making Wife Cynthia ‘Look So Good’ in Tropical Photo

by Hunter Miller
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“Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser is feeling particularly grateful for two women in his life this Thanksgiving. Those two women are his wife, Cynthia Daniel, and his sister, Vanessa Mooney.

On Thursday, the man behind Rip Wheeler took to social media to share a snap of him and his wife. Most notably, Hauser isn’t rocking his usual “Yellowstone” attire consisting of black, denim, and a cowboy hat. In the pic, he’s got on some sunnies, a polo, and shorts. He and his wife are cozied up in a tropical location with boats tied up at the docks and palm trees swaying in the breeze in the background.

The 46-year-old actor posted the pic with the caption: “Much love to my sister @vanessamooney for making my wife look so good. Check out her Black Friday Sale & Happy Thanksgiving to you & your loved ones.”

Naturally, “Yellowstone” fans flooded the comments section. As you might imagine, fans couldn’t help but notice that Hauser’s wife is not, in fact, actually his costar, Beth Dutton actress Kelly Reilly. “Beth gonna be mad mad,” one fan wrote. Echoing a similar sentiment, another commented, “Beth’s gonna be so pissed.”

However, the woman behind Beth Dutton herself replied to the pic with a sweet compliment for Cynthia. “You look so beautiful,” Reilly wrote, tagging Cynthia in the comment.

The Chemistry Between ‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser and Kelly Reilly

Ask any “Yellowstone” fanatic and you’ll find out real quick…we love Rip & Beth. Their relationship is one that fans cherish, admire, and find makes for flat-out incredible television. But it’s not just the fans that find the dynamic so compelling, both Hauser and Reilly deeply cherish that connection.

Earlier this month, Reilly spoke out about sharing the screen with Hauser during an interview with  Looper. She explains how both of them take the gig extremely seriously. And if you know anything at all about the characters, you know Rip and Beth aren’t characters to be taken lightly.

“We get to go on this journey with these two incredible characters with each other,” Reilly said.

“We’re both really protective of them, and we’re really passionate about the work. We’re both at a point in our careers where we found roles that we could put our soul and heart into. We really feel blessed, both of us. We don’t take it for granted,” she continued. “And we support each other and have fun. It’s really lovely.”

For more of the latest on “Yellowstone” season 4, go here.

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