Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are the epitome of relationship goals. The Hollywood couple couldn’t have been cuter for cheering on a football team together on Saturday, May 21. And Blake has proven to be the most supportive wife, as the team, Wrexham AFC of the Welsh National League, happens to be the one her husband bought with Philadelphia is always sunny Creator Rob McElhenney back in 2020.
As he sat in the stands next to the A-listers David Beckham and Will Ferrell, Blake rocked a black graphic mini dress and a red and white soccer team scarf. Her trademark blonde locks were left long and loose as she kept her accessories to a minimum. Ryan was the team’s proud owner at all times as he branded a green jacket with the Wrexham logo. The gorgeous pair frequently jumped out of their seats to cheer on their team during the thrilling game.
Blake’s perfect outfit showed off her quirky fashion sense, which has evolved over the years. In 2019, she hilariously admitted that she used to wear Forever 21 items to Hollywood events – but played them like they were vintage pieces. “I wore Forever 21 a lot longer than I admitted. I just started saying it was vintage because I was so ashamed about it,” she said Sydney Sweeney for In the style. “For me, fashion is a form of self-expression. It also really pushes me out of my comfort zone. One of the reasons I’m an actor is that I’m naturally very shy, so it’s liberating to dress up and pretend to be someone else.
She went on to say that she loved playing a character on the red carpet to help her feel more comfortable in front of so many people. “The only way I feel comfortable doing red carpets and interviews is when I’m doing the same thing I do when I’m acting, which is playing a character,” explained Blake. “So when I go to a premiere, I think, who is this character? And I step into that. I still have knots in my stomach before red carpets.
Anything that helps Blake get the most out of shutters certainly works as she looks fantastic every time she arrives at an event, including the Wrexham football match. Keep up the good work, Blake!