Blake Lively and husband Ryan Reynolds hold hands as they wear matching navy blue outerwear while out and about in New York City.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds were spotted out and about in NYC on Wednesday.
The 35-year-old actress donned a long navy blue trench coat over a warm oatmeal-colored cardigan.
Meanwhile, the 46-year-old Canadian actor — who was honored at last week’s Canadian Screen Awards — donned a bright blue beanie.
The lovebirds, who share four children together, held hands as they moved through the Big Apple.
Both Ryan and Blake sported stylish sunglasses – Blake wore dark-rimmed round sunglasses while Ryan was seen in dark-rimmed ones.
On the go: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds were spotted out and about in NYC on Wednesday
Warm: The 35-year-old actress wore a long navy coat over a cozy oatmeal sweater
Blake, who hails from Los Angeles, wore her long blonde locks loose, letting one side fall to her shoulder.
Her hair was tousled and textured, with the beauty swung in an undefined side part.
She left her coat unbuttoned and put her free hand in one of her deep pockets.
The mother-of-four, who gave birth earlier this year, wore black sweatpants.
The Gossip Girl actress finished off the ensemble with a pair of brown and white New Balance sneakers.
Blake carried her phone and AirPods in a sleek olive green case.
Ryan looked usually handsome with a full, dark beard at the nape of his neck and was wearing a lightweight dark blue jacket.
The businessman was wearing cuffed khaki pants, blue and white striped socks, and white sneakers.
Headgear: The 46-year-old Canadian actor donned a bright blue beanie
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The outing comes after Reynolds reportedly bought a house in the small town of Marford, North Wales.
The Deadpool actor paid around £1.5 million for the property, or about $1.8 million.
The village’s biggest attraction is a volunteer-run forest in a disused quarry and a single co-op shop to its name.
The house – said to be ‘the fanciest in the street’ – is just five miles northeast of Wrexham, where he and fellow film giant Rob McElhinney run the town’s football club.
Marford has been a part of both England and Wales over the years – just a few miles from the border.
The population of the village is about 2,500 people.
There are two pubs – one at the bottom of Marford Hill – The Trevor Arms – and the other at the top, The Red Lion.
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