The more, the merrier! Blake Lively, who is pregnant with her second child, hinted at wanting even more children with her husband, Ryan Reynolds, during an appearance on the Today show on Monday, June 20, to promote her new movie, The Shallows.
"I'm one of five kids. My husband is one of four, so we're officially breeders," Lively, 28, told cohost Savannah Guthrie. She joked: "You can go on our website and we will give you some of our children."
Us Weekly confirmed in April that Lively and the Deadpool actor, 39, are expanding their family. The couple quietly married in September 2012 and welcomed daughter James on December 16, 2014.
"She's always doing something fun and exciting," Lively gushed to Guthrie of her little girl, 18 months. "She's the most fun, funny human being I've ever been around in my life."
The Gossip Girl alum is just as smitten with her longtime beau,who starred with her in 2011's Green Lantern. "@vancityreynolds as a father = mic drop. Happy Day, to the best one out there," she captioned an Instagram photo of the two from the 2015 Cannes Film Festival on Sunday. "(And also to all the other papas whose family thinks THEY'RE the best one.)"
Being a father means responsibility. Not just for your main family, but also the secret one in Denmark nobody knows about.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) June 19, 2016
Reynolds, meanwhile, commemorated Father's Day with an amusing tweet. "Being a father means responsibility," he wrote to his more than two million followers. "Not just for your main family, but also the secret one in Denmark nobody knows about."
After this morning's diaper, my daughter finally earned the teardrop tattoo on her face.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) June 14, 2016
Reynolds often jokes about parenthood on social media. "Totally caved and tossed my daughter the keys to the car. She looked really happy as they bounced off her tiny infant face," he wrote on June 12. He added two days later: "After this morning's diaper, my daughter finally earned the teardrop tattoo on her face."