The Reynolds household is about to get even livelier.
Blake Lively revealed she was pregnant with her third child when she stepped out at the New York City premiere of Pokémon: Detective Pikachu on Thursday wearing a yellow dress which hugged her baby bump.
Lively, 31, also posed alongside husband and Pikachu star Ryan Reynolds.
A rep for the actress did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
The couple – who wed in 2012 – are already parents to 4-year-old daughter James and 2-year-old Inez.
Reynolds, 42, and Lively have built a cozy life outside of Hollywood for their adorable brood, making their home base in Bedford, New York.
There, focus is on family.
Reynolds recently told PEOPLE he and Lively won’t work at the same time in order to keep their family together.
“Blake and I don’t do movies at the same time. If she is doing a movie in Thailand and I am doing a movie in Vancouver we would just never see each other. We operate as a unit, and that works really well for us,” Reynolds said.
In reality, the friend who always answers our calls, the barista who doubles as our therapist, and the co-worker who invited us out during our first crushingly lonely week in a new city can feel as much like our family as the clan we’re born into.
Balancing a composition involves arranging both positive elements and negative space in such a way that no one area of the design overpowers other areas. Everything works together and fits together in a seamless whole. The individual parts contribute to their sum but don’t try to become the sum.
These people aren’t assigned to us, but chosen by us—and isn’t that as worthy of celebration as any confluence of fate and genetics? These carefully selected families continue to grow throughout our lives without a ticking sociological to worry about.
Ever wondered if your lack of artistic ability was due to your parents’ mathematical-minded genetics or their refusal to sign you up for after-school art classes? Or how your friend was a piano prodigy despite her dad barely being able to play a note?
Some believe that hereditary factors are responsible for one family producing generations of musical virtuosos, while others suggest that our cultural and environmental surroundings play a larger role than genetics.