The Hollywood couple was in Dublin on Monday as Lively continued filming her upcoming film, "The Rhythm Section," but while on set, their daughters were clearly big fans of Tayto crisps.

Four-year-old James and two-year-old Inez were seen enjoying Mr. Tayto’s famous spuds, that may well be a national treasure in Ireland at this point. If there’s one thing that people miss when they leave Ireland, apart from the general loveliness of everything, it has to be Tayto.

Lively had just returned to filming after having sustained a hand injury on set last year. As of now, the film is due to be released next February.

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are back in Ireland - and their daughters break out the Tayto on set

— (@Independent_ie) July 17, 2018

She plays the lead role of Stephanie Patrick, who is after revenge against those who staged a plane crash that took the lives of her family.

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Parts of the film, in addition to the Irish capital, will also be filmed in Spain and is set to feature other Hollywood stars such as Jude Law and Black Panther actor Stephen K Brown.

I was always brought up to offer a pack of Tayto to new neighbors. So, @blakelively & @VancityReynolds if you’d like to share a Tayto...👋🏻

— Mr.Tayto Ireland (@MrTaytoIreland) October 26, 2017

That day, Reynolds was spotted walking around Dublin’s Fitzwilliam place and made a trip down to the Powerscourt Estate in County Wicklow. It is said that the two are to be staying in Ireland for some time as they are supposedly renting a large house in Killiney, a seaside suburb of Dublin.

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