After publicly announcing news of her pregnancy, Blake Lively is fighting back against paparazzi eager to snap a photograph of her.
ICYMI, the former Gossip Girl star revealed that she and husband Ryan Reynolds are preparing for the birth of their fourth child. She made the news official during a recent red carpet appearance, and since then, it seems that Blake has been closely followed by photogs.
Hoping to counteract some of the paparazzi frenzy, Blake shared a series of Instagram photos, writing, “Here are photos of me pregnant in real life so the 11 guys waiting outside my home for a ???? sighting will leave me alone. You freak me and my kids out.”
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She continued, “Thanks to everyone else for all the love and respect and for continuing to unfollow accounts and publications who share photos of children. You have all the power against them. And thank you to the media who have a “No Kids Policy”. You all make all the difference."
The collection of images features Blake at various stages in her pregnancy. There's a snapshot of the star beaming while donning a swimsuit, a mirror selfie, and an image of Blake posing with BFF Taylor Swift. Additional images include Blake posing with Ryan, a photograph from the perspective of below Blake's belly, and a sweet photo of the star cuddling up with her mom.
Blake and Ryan were married in 2012. They have three kids, whose names have been featured in Taylor's previous releases. As for Blake and Taylor, the two have been besties for quite some time. Taylor includes vocals from one of Blake and Ryan's daughters on her song “Gorgeous" and Blake served as director on the “I Bet You Think About Me” music video.
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With a new album from Taylor officially on the way, there's a possibility that Midnights might just serve as a future lullaby soundtrack in the Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds household.