Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have been spotted with their newborn baby at a Wrexham football match, showing their support for the club co-owned by Reynolds and Rob McElhenney. The Hollywood couple announced the birth of their fourth child in February but did not disclose the name or gender. The family's attendance brought good luck as the team won 3-0 against York City.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively’s Growing Family!
Reynolds and Lively Spotted With Their New Baby
Yesterday, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively were photographed with their family on the pitch at Wrexham, including a young infant who is believed to be their fourth child.
Birth Announced In February
The famous couple, both Hollywood A-listers, announced in February that they had become parents again.
No Information Disclosed
However, they did not disclose any information about the gender or name of their newest addition. The family photos taken at Wrexham are heartwarming and showcase their joy at having another child.
Reynolds' fans were thrilled to witness the family's heartwarming moment on the ground where his team, Wrexham, played against York in the Vanarama National League.
Blake held the newborn baby while standing next to their first three children, James, aged eight; Betty, aged six; and Inez, aged three.
Reynolds Joined For A Picture
Gently cradling the newborn baby in his arms, Ryan Reynolds joined his family for a heartwarming picture.
Reynolds’ Team Won
The family's presence seemed to bring good luck to Ryan's team, as they went on to defeat their rivals York City 3-0, securing a crucial three points to maintain their position at the top of the table.
Couple Spotted With Ryan’s Mother
In February, the couple was spotted with Ryan's mother, Tammy, as they revealed to their fans that Blake no longer had a baby bump.
House Had Become A ‘Zoo’
After the birth, Ryan humorously mentioned on CNBC's Power Lunch that his home had become a "zoo." The couple's humorous side and playful banter often delight their fans and followers.
Blake Not Happy With Purchase Of The Club
Last year in August, Ryan Reynolds shared that his wife, Blake, was not initially pleased when he told her that he and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia actor Rob McElhenney had bought the Welsh football team.
Blake Cheering On Now
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Ryan recalled telling Blake, "I have bad news, and I have really bad news. I slipped into someone's DM again. The bad news is that I might have bought half of a fifth-tier national football league in Wales." However, Blake has been cheering on Ryan's club despite her initial reservations.
Couple Spotted At Wembley Stadium
The couple was spotted in May last year at Wembley Stadium in London, watching Wrexham play against Bromley during the Buildbase FA Trophy Final. The couple's personal and professional support for each other has been a highlight for their fans.
Rob McElhenney Spotted
Club co-owner Rob McElhenney was also seen arriving ahead of the match. The duo purchased the club in 2020, and since then, they have brought the once-struggling club back into the spotlight.
Team Reached The Final Last Year
The team even reached the Wembley final last year, narrowly missing out on promotion after finishing second in the National League.
Welsh Side Sitting At The Top
In their latest match against York City, Wrexham was battling to secure their promotion back to the football league. Currently, the Welsh side is sitting at the top of the table with 94 points, three ahead of Notts County in second place.
Keen On Boosting Women’s Football
In addition to men's football, the co-owners are keen on boosting women's football. They recently announced their plans to attend the Wrexham ladies' team's match against local rivals Connah's Quay Nomads.
McElhenney’s Expressed Excitement
More than 7,000 fans were expected to attend the match, breaking the previous record. McElhenney took to Twitter to express his excitement, stating that he wanted to obliterate the record. Reynolds also encouraged fans to attend the match and fill The Racecourse Ground to celebrate the team's historic run.
Financial Support For Wrexham Women’s Football Team
In addition, McElhenney and Reynolds are providing financial support for the Wrexham women's football team to become semi-professional after acquiring the club.
Featuring The Women’s Team In TV Show
The owners are also expected to feature the rise of the women's team in the second series of their TV show Welcome to Wrexham and discuss their efforts to turn around the fortunes of the Welsh club. The decision to make the women's team semi-professional is aimed at providing them with the best chance of success and helping the club become the best women's team in Wales in the shortest possible time.