After months of waiting for them and their respective families and friends, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively’s baby has finally arrived. Somebody ended up dropping the big reveal on the baby’s gender and name. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
On Monday, Jan. 5, 2015, Page Six made an exclusive report on Lively giving birth near the couple’s home in Bedford, New York just before the New Year, which is rather earlier than the expected 2015 birth. Though she gave birth earlier than expected, Lively and her baby both turned all right and healthy.
As of the moment, there have been no further details as to when she actually gave birth and of what their baby’s name and gender is. Lively’s representative, Leslie Sloane, declined to comment on it, apparently because the husband and wife could not be reached yet. However, an accidental slip on Twitter by apparently somebody working at the Westchester Medical Center may have just given us the information we needed.
According to the alleged worker’s post, Reynolds and Lively have a bouncing baby girl they named Violet. But before any other information can be squeezed out from this worker, the Twitter account has already been deleted, its user obviously trying to get away from any further trouble on “revealing” the news.
So far, in part because the couple still cannot be reached, no one has stepped up to either confirm or deny the allegations.
MailOnline reported that, in a previous Us Weekly report, Reynolds has been quite an attentive husband to his pregnant wife, as he’d been giving her foot and back massages, something Lively has been gushing about.
For the past months, Lively kept people posted of her pregnancy through her lifestyle website Preserve. She also said in an interview that being a mother is something she has always wanted, in part because she herself came from a large family.
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