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Blake Lively Wore A Perfect Fairytale Dress To Celebrate Her 34th Birthday This Week

She shared a snippet from inside her chic home.

Blake Lively is turning 34, and she’s never been more content. The Gossip Girl actor shared a snippet of her birthday celebrations over the weekend from her chic and—dare we say it—magical home, and by the looks of things, she marked the occasion in true style. 

Lively shared a picture of herself standing in her family home wearing a striking green Teuta Matoshi dress featuring a tulle skirt, fitted bodice and a quirky strawberry print. She finished the look with a pair of red loafers from Christian Louboutin. 

Simply captioning the image: “Birthday Celebrations”, the mum-of-three was the picture of contentment for the milestone event. 

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In the image, we were privy to a glimpse inside Blake and husband Ryan Reynolds’s chic home, which based in the Pound Ridge neighbourhood of New York. 

Wooden floors, stone walls, a lantern and a fairy light installation made for some serious fairytale energy, all the more apt next to Blake’s eye-catching green gown. 

Later, Blake again took to her Instagram stories to share a snap from inside her wardrobe (yes, it was decked out with Louboutin heels). There, she revealed another birthday surprise, a Louis Vuitton handbag. 

Comically, the actor pointed out the fact that yes, she wasn’t wearing pants in the image. Ever relatable, she affirmed that simply throwing a towel on was just as appropriate for the day’s events at home. 

“Shout out to my fellow pantless friends running around,” she quipped. 

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Blake and husband Ryan Reynolds share three children, James, six, Inez, four, and Betty who is almost two. 

While the pair like to keep their children largely out of the public eye, Ryan has previously said of his girls: “They’re the best. They’re my buddies. I love it.”

Blake has also been candid about their growing family: “I mean, we have so many children. It’s pretty crazy. We’re outnumbered, and it’s a lot. It’s like going from two to 3,000.”

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