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Appearances: 2014: October 20 – 2014 Angel Ball




Not so mellow yellow!

For the first time since announcing they’re expecting their first child, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively stepped out as a couple while attending the Angel Ball at Cipriani Wall Street on Monday.

The proud parents-to-be were all smiles as they made their way down the carpet. But the actor, 37, only had eyes for his leading lady — and once we saw the mom-to-be’s fitted, floor-length frock we knew why.

Lively, 27, showed off her growing bump in a beautiful butter-hued gown from Gucci’s Resort 2015 collection, complete with a plunging embellished neckline.

And while the Preserve founder accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewels, it was her gorgeous glow that really took her evening look to another level.

On Thursday, Lively told PEOPLE she’s having to switch up her pregnancy ensembles to accommodate her growing bump.

“Have you seen me!?” she joked. “I’m gonna amp up my style by wearing things that are stretchier — because that’s all that fits!”

Although the couple haven’t announced whether they’re expecting a baby girl or boy, Reynolds already has a few names in mind.

“I don’t want a name that’s anything pretentious or, like, Hollywood-y. So I’m going with Excalibur Anaconda Reynolds … that’s if it’s a girl,” he recently joked

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Appearances: 2014: May 5 – “Charles James: Beyond Fashion” Costume Institute Gala x026




Congrats to Blake and Ryan! They have announced they are expecting their first child!

Blake Lively didn’t announce her pregnancy via a Gossip Girl e-blast.

Instead, the actress and entrepreneur revealed she’s pregnant via her website, Preserve. In a photo taken by her brother, Eric Lively, the actress cradled her very visible baby bump. The Age of Adaline star dressed her new curves in Sam and Lavi’s “Lyna” top ($148) and Sam and Lavi’s “Seren” skirt ($178). This will be the first child for Blake and Ryan Reynolds, who met on the 2010 set of The Green Lantern and surprised friends, family and fans by marrying in September 2011. The actors live in Bedford, New York.

“Preserve at its core is about family. ‘Family’ is the single word our founder, Blake built this home on,” the website’s editorial team wrote Monday. “We have something for men, for women, for the old, but we realized, we don’t have anything for the new. With family on our mind, we looked to the origin of it all—to the women in our lives who are right there, at that special moment; at the creation of family.”


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“Today we celebrate them. With food to fill their tummies (as if that needs more filling), presents to soothe their tired (and swollen) soles, toys to warm their baby’s souls, projects to provoke them, and decorations to inspire creativity and merriment in all,” the team wrote in the photo-heavy post. “We had too much fun with this. Because there’s so much to share, we break up our first ever Preserve Celebration into multiple parts. In the upcoming days we will bring even more treats and fun. The entire next month will be sprinkled with highlights for women in this exciting chapter of their lives. Congratulations to all the expecting mothers out there. And thank you for being a part of our Preserve family.”

Since tying the knot, both Blake and Ryan have vocalizes their desire to raise kids. “I’ve always wanted a big family,” the actress, 27, told Allure in October 2012. “Oh, I’d love 30 [children] if I could.” In August 2013, her husband made similar comments in Details. “We’d love to have a big family. We both come from big families—my parents did four, Blake’s did five. A lot of people say it’s crazy, but we’ll only know when we’re there, you know?” Ryan, 37, said. “We’ll walk through that fire pretty happily, I think.”

Most recently, Blake told Marie Claire that she needed to “get started” having babies right away. “If I could spit out a litter of kids, I would,” she said.

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The mini-major today bumped up the release of Johnny Depp’s action comedy by two weeks and moved the Blake Lively romantic drama back by three months. Mortdecai, in which Depp plays a debonair art dealer caught up in international intrigue, is replacing The Age Of Adeline in the January 23 slot, where it will square off against Universal’s Jennifer Lopez thriller The Boy Next Door. Adaline, which also stars Harrison Ford and Ellen Burstyn, now will open April 24 versus Open Road’s comedy Rock The Kasbah starring Zooey Deschanel, Bruce Willis, Kate Hudson and Bill Murray.

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