With parents like Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, the couple's baby is sure to be a stunner. Speaking about their newborn, the actress, who welcomed her daughter James last December, has revealed that her little bundle of joy takes after her father.
Blake was making an appearance on Live! With Kelly and Michael when she said that James "looks like her daddy," before joking that she wanted "a maternity test".
The blonde star and her husband Ryan, who only divulged their daughter's name this month, have yet to show off their daughter in public.
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Blake Lively said her baby daughter "looks like her daddy" Ryan Reynolds
However Lee Toland Krieger, the director of Blake's latest film The Age of Adaline, recently admitted that the couple's baby was a beauty. "I haven't met baby James, [but] I saw a picture – not surprisingly, the picture I saw was disturbing in how beautiful she was," said Lee.
First-time mother Blake, 27, also went on to say that becoming a parent has changed her outlook.
"Everything is different. You see a balcony and you're like, 'Oh God, the hotel needs to demolish this balcony because my child can't go anywhere near it,'" said Blake. "So, everything is just like, so much more heightened. We're crying all the time for no reason."
Blake Lively welcomed baby James in December of last year
The former Gossip Girl star and her actor husband, who first met on the set of Green Lantern in 2010, are also "pretty equal" in sharing diaper duties. "We're pretty good," said Blake.
Having fully embraced her new role of motherhood, the Los Angeles-born star is gradually opening up about her daughter. At first she and Ryan remained coy about their baby's name, with the 38-year-old actor joking that little James was called "Butternut Summer Squash".
Ryan explained that he didn't want to cause any friction between himself and his daughter when she grew up.
"I told everyone who would listen before [the name] was out there that I didn't want to be the first guy screaming it out to the media because, as we know, little girls turn into teenage girls and little teenage girls sometimes scan through the archives and go, 'Why did you do that?'" said Ryan on the Today show.