Jeffrey Dean Morgan Confusing Norman Reedus' Birth Date Is Everyone During Quarantine

Jeffrey Dean Morgan attempted to wish best friend and The Walking Dead co-star Norman Reedus a happy birthday, but didn’t get the date quite right. Keep scrolling to see his smooth recovery.

By Mona Thomas Jan 04, 2021 8:56 PMTags
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Even best friends mess up sometimes.

On Monday, Jan. 4, The Walking Dead actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, 54, took to his Instagram to wish his co-star and real-life best friend Norman Reedus, a happy 52nd birthday. The initial gesture was super sweet, until the Watchmen actor realized that he jumped the gun with the birthday love.

"Happy birthday to my BFF. @bigbaldhead I just f--kin love ya." Jeffrey wrote in the caption. "After posting... it's not his birthday yet! Lol. F--k it. Two day jump on this thing!! My pandemic calendar is better and faster than most folks. Xxjd."

Although the Blade alum keeps a pretty low profile on his personal life, it's probable that he enjoyed the early shout out nonetheless.

Norman and his equally talented partner actress Diane Kruger made headlines at the top of 2020 when they purchased a $8.5 million mansion in cash. The Hollywood Hills home clocked in at 7,732 sq. ft. and houses four bedrooms and four full and three half bathrooms.

Diane Kruger & Norman Reedus' $8.5 Million Hollywood Home

The property also includes a studio space, gym and an impressive unobstructed view of the Los Angeles skyline.

Diane, who shares a 2-year-old daughter with Norman, posted an adorable video of the toddler and the proud dad back in November. In the video, Norman is caught singing the "ABC" song with their daughter, whose name has not yet been released to the public.

"There are many things I'm grateful and thankful for, my friends, my colleagues....this year I'm thankful for being healthy and with my little family," the National Treasure actress wrote in the caption. "Even though I can't help thinking of so many people who have lost theirs this year. May this day remind us of what we have and what we need to cherish."