Blake Lively is pregnant with her and Ryan Reynolds’ fourth baby. The 35-year-old actress debuted her baby bump today (September 15) during an appearance at the Forbes Power Women’s Summit.
During the event, Blake cheekily alluded to expanding her family sharing, “I just like to create. Whether that’s baking or storytelling or businesses or humans, I just really like creating.”
Blake Lively is pregnant, expecting her 4th child with Ryan Reynolds. pic.twitter.com/yx2EJQCg9N— Pop Base (@PopBase) September 15, 2022
Lively and Reynolds share daughters James, 7, Inez, 5, and Betty, 3. The couple, who tied the knot ten years ago often keep their daughters out of the public eye. This hasn’t stopped the parents from gushing over their family life though.
In a May interview with Forbes, the Gossip Girl alum said, “Having children made me feel so much more in my skin. I never felt more myself or at ease in my own body or more confident—not to say that there aren’t a bevy of insecurities coming at me a million times a day, but I just feel incredibly settled.”
“We really like each other,” Ryan told Extra last year, when asked about the secret to their marriage. “We really liked each other before as friends beforehand. We like each other even more so now.”
As we earlier reported, Reynolds recently filmed himself and fellow Wrexham soccer owner Rob McElhenney getting colonoscopies done. Both aged 45, the duo teamed up with Lead From Behind, a new initiative hoping to spread the message that colon cancer is “the preventable cancer” and to break the stigma.
“I’ve been on camera a lot. But this was the first time one was shoved up my a–,” Reynolds said. “The procedure and prep were painless but the discomfort of filming and sharing the process was the hardest part.” In the video, Ryan shared the moments leading up to the procedure and his time in the recovery room, where his doctor dropped the news that he had found an “extremely subtle polyp.”
“This was potentially life-saving for you — I’m not kidding; I’m not being overly dramatic,” the doctor said. “This is exactly why you do this. You had no symptoms. You are interrupting the natural history of a disease of something of a process that could have ended up developing into cancer and causing all sorts of problems.”