Launched in late 2021, Lively created the brand after three years of development and it now houses a series of alcohol-less bottled drinks to pair with popular spirits or drank on their own.
And of course, the brand is named after her and Reynolds' youngest daughter, Betty.
“So, whenever I create something, I create something with family in mind, because that’s just how I live.” She continued, “That also goes into the types of films I want to be a part of.”
“I want to be in films, I want to make films, I want to author films that I would be proud for my children to see. Even the gowns I wear—I just want my kids to be proud.”
Speaking of gowns, Lively recently turned heads earlier this month at this year's Met Gala, hosted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Taking to the grand staircase, she stunned in an Atelier Versace dusty rose metallic gown, accessorised with matching opera globes and a tiara. A masterclass in white tie dressing, Lively's show-stopping gown was far from done, when mid-way up the stairs, the tails of her dress open to reveal a glittering pale blue gown.
An ode to the architecture of New York City, the dress's embellishments was in reference to the art deco architecture of the art deco architecture from the Empire State Building, as per E! News.
Her train even had "a constellation from Grand Central Station" and "lots of little references" to NYC. And according to the New York Times, the colours are said to represent the Statue of Liberty oxidising from copper to green.