Even though Valentine’s Day is over, we have a feeling women all over are still filling their tummies with leftover chocolate from the annual romantic holiday. After all, candy just so happens to be the top V-day gift that men go for when trying to please that special person in their life, according to a survey on Statista.com.
But, when it comes to power couple Amy and Dale Earnhardt Jr., it seems as though the NASCAR superstar turned broadcaster is the one who’s hoarding all of the sweets these days.
We know that Amy is six months pregnant with the couple’s first child, so we can only imagine that she’s experiencing some intense pregnancy cravings. But, if her newest video is any indication, she not the one who’s going overboard with the confectionery items.
On Feb. 15, while sitting in Dale’s car, Amy turned to Instagram to share the aftermath of her husband’s candy eating habit. As it turns out, Dale has told her that he hasn’t been eating junk food. So, it’s clear that he’s been sneaking away to break his own rule.
“Dale Jr. lives a double life. At home, he says he doesn’t eat any sweets. [He says], ‘I’m worried about getting fat, blah, blah blah,’” Amy says, mocking her hubby in the short video in which she uses a funny filter to put the image of huge glasses on her face.
She then pans the camera around to the console of the vehicle to reveal Dale’s leftover wrapper from a Mr. Goodbar, a Taco Bell receipt and a half-finished Gatorade.
“In the car, I find shit like this,” Amy hilariously explains in the video, which also features the caption, “You’re busted Ralph,” she adds, referencing her husband’s given first name.
Fans who watched the clip couldn’t help but laugh over Amy’s recent discovery.
“This is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a while. Ha ha,” one fan captioned.
“Dale, you better find a better place to hide your stash!!! 🤣🤣🤣,” another fan wrote.
A third person added, “Hahahaha hilarious!! That’s awesome. Keep busting him Amy. 💕.”
Amy might not be able to catch her man in the act of eating candy bars for some time though, as he has a busy schedule this month. On Feb. 18, the new NBC Sports analyst will serve as the grand marshal for the Daytona 500. After that, he’ll make his way overseas to help cover the Winter Olympics for the network in South Korea.