Bristol Palin's husband Dakota Meyer just gave her a little lip service … or was it the other way around?

The newlyweds were posing for an Instagram video, but instead of smiling, Dakota sits stone faced. Bristol, meanwhile, scrunches her lips together to perfect "duck lips."

Bristol's man wasn't pleased.

"Stop, I'm not smiling with those f------ stupid a-- lips," he is heard telling her in the video. Sarah Palin's daughter takes it all in stride, laughing hysterically at his pout displeasure.

"Dakota, smile," she captioned her video.

Her Marine man is unamused during the time, but he lightened up, even sharing the video (taken from another perspective) of the candid moment.

"Duck lips are an example that the world has no chance!!!," he captioned his video, along with several laughing emojis. He then used the hashtags "war on duck lips" and "stop you wife from this craziness."

The couple, no strangers to speaking their minds on social media, seem to be settling into married life nicely.

Bristol and Dakota, who share 7-month-old daughter Sailor Grace Palin Meyer, secretly tied the knot last month in Alaska.

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The couple, who had been off and on, first hinted that they had gotten married on social media, including a picture Dakota posted of he and Bristol in which you could clearly see her ring.

"On one hand, we know that everything happens for a reason, and there are no mistakes or coincidences," he captioned the snap. "On the other hand, we learn that we can never give up, knowing that with the right tools and energy, we can reverse any decree or karma. So, which is it? Let the Light decide, or never give up? The answer is: both."

They later confirmed that they had gotten married, issuing a statement reading, "Life is full of ups and downs but in the end, you'll end up where you're supposed to be. We are so happy to share with loved ones the wonderful news that we got married!"

They continued, "Hard work and God's grace are the foundation of our new life together, and with the love and support of our family we know we can get through anything."