Eiza González Accidentally Posted a Naked Video of Boyfriend Josh Duhamel

As one does.

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What's more devastating: Knowing that we all missed a half-naked shot of Josh Duhamel (opens in new tab) or the fact that he's not married to Fergie anymore? (I'll wait.)

Duhamel and new-ish girlfriend Eiza González (opens in new tab), 28, have been loving it up in Mexico the past few days and González decided to post a bikini video, as one does. Turns out, she accidentally captured a naked Duhamel, 45, in the background and fans freaked out.

While González was busy showing off her (very in shape!) body in the mirror of their hotel room, Duhamel was spotted pulling down his pants (opens in new tab) and turning towards the camera (sans underwear), but a pot stopped a full reveal for the internet.

González has since deleted the video and instead posted a cropped, non-explicit version (opens in new tab). She captioned the Instagram, "Feel comfortable in your own skin. No one can take that away from you" with a heart emoji. (Clearly Josh is very comfortable in his skin, too.)

González and Duhamel have reportedly been dating for a few months, but they've kept their relationship under the radar. It wasn't until recently that they decided to go public when they were spotted kissing and holding hands (opens in new tab). (They both have yet to officially confirm their status.)

Duhamel and his ex-wife Fergie announced their divorce in September (opens in new tab) after eight years of marriage. Shortly after the announcement, Fergie released her second studio album, Double Dutchess, and said Duhamel is "very much a part of" the album (opens in new tab). They share a four-year-old son, Axl Jack Duhamel.

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