Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively posed for touching family photos at the Wrexham countryside today, including a baby boy believed to be their fourth child.
The Hollywood A-list couple announced in February that they were now proud parents again, without revealing the latest arrival’s name or gender.
So his fans were delighted to see the familiar scene on the ground where Reynolds’ Wrexham team played York in the Vanarama National League.
Actress Blake, 35, was all smiles for the pictures with her 46-year-old husband holding the little one, along with their first three children James, eight, Betty, six and Inez, three.
Ryan held the baby gently in his arms, before all five of them posed for a photo.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively pictured today with a newborn baby and their three daughters on the lawn in Wrexham
The actress, 35, was photographed with the club’s co-owner, 46, and James, eight, Betty, six and Inez, three, at the racecourse. In Ryan’s arms is a baby believed to be her fourth child.
Ryan Reynolds pictured earlier today outside the racecourse before the game
In February, the couple could be seen with Ryan’s mom Tammy as they showed fans that Blake had no baby bump anymore.
Ryan humorously revealed after the birth that his house had been turned into a “zoo” during CNBC’s Power Lunch.
The actor further expressed that he said “we are very excited” during the virtual interview.
Here is a zoo. This is my office here. To be honest, I will probably spend the rest of my life here, ”she admitted jokingly.
‘Look, we wouldn’t do this four times if we didn’t love it. Everyone is fine. Everyone is doing really great. If we hadn’t figured it out by now, I think we’d be in big trouble.
When asked if his fourth child was a boy or a girl, The Adam Project actor chose not to reveal the answer, instead saying, “I won’t say.” This is not a birth announcement.
He continued: “We didn’t do a birth announcement, we just posted a photo and the media did what they did after that.”
In August last year, Ryan revealed that his wife wasn’t particularly happy when he told him he had bought the Welsh team with It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia actor Rob McElhenney.
In an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, he said: “I remember looking at Blake and saying, ‘I’ve got bad news and I’ve got really bad news. I went into someone’s direct messages again. The really bad news is I could have bought the half of a fifth tier national football league in Wales”.
However, Blake has been photographed cheering on Ryan’s club. In May last year, the pair watched Wrexham take on Bromley during the Buildbase FA Trophy Final at Wembley Stadium in London.
It is not confirmed if Blake has previously attended a match at the club’s ground in central Wrexham, North Wales.
Blake revealed on Instagram that she had welcomed her fourth child with Ryan as she posed with the actor and his mum who no longer had a baby bump.
Blake and Ryan watched Wrexham take on Bromley at London’s Wembley Stadium in May last year.
Also pictured arriving before the match was the club’s co-owner Rob McElhenney.
The couple bought the club in 2020. Since then, they have brought Wrexham and their struggling club back into the spotlight.
They reached the Wembley final in 2022, narrowly missing out on promotion after finishing second in the National League.
Wrexham play York City today in a battle to secure their promotion back to the Football League, with the Welsh side currently sitting top of the table on 94 points, three ahead of second-place Notts County.
The club duo are also striving to give women’s football a boost and recently announced they will be attending the Wrexham women’s team’s match against local rival Connah’s Quay Nomads tomorrow.
The famous owners will join more than 7,000 fans in attendance for the game after a record number of tickets were sold.
McElhenney tweeted: ‘We sold 7,309 tickets for @WrexhamAFCWomen on Sunday.
‘This breaks the record, but I would like to ERASE IT IN THE DUST OF HISTORY. I will be there and knowing how this city shows up for each other, I trust you will too. COME ON!!!!’
Reynolds wrote: ‘Let’s fill The Racecourse Ground and celebrate @WrexhamAFCWomen on their historic run. I can’t wait to see them in full flight.
McElhenney and Reynolds are funding the Wrexham women’s soccer team to turn semi-pro after buying the club.
Pictured is Rob McElhenney arriving before today’s game against York City.
Owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney celebrate Wrexham scoring the first goal
In the photo, Ryan and Rob before today’s game.
Pictured are Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and their children on the Wrexham grounds.
And they helped achieve record audiences by selling tickets for just £1 each. The current record crowd in Wales is 5,175 for Cardiff City Women.
The couple who bought the Welsh club two years ago are expected to present promotion to the women’s team in their second series of their Welcome to Wrexham television series.
They are also expected to discuss their battle to turn the fortunes of the Welsh club around.
A Wrexham AFC spokesman said: “The decision to allow the players to go semi-professional is to give them the best chance of success and help the Club achieve their goal of becoming the best women’s team in Wales, in the shortest possible time. “. , practically possible.