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Blake Lively & Ryan Reynolds Share Their New Daughter's Name & It's Lovely

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds baby name

This celebrity couple loves to keep their family life private but now, after waiting months to learn their new daughter's name, our curiosity is satisfied. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds chose a lovely and feminine name for their baby girl, who was born in September, and who joins the couple's 2-year-old daughter, James

The star duo chose the name "Ines," which is extremely popular in both Spain and France and is a Portuguese derivative of "Agnes." According to Baby Name Wizard, the moniker hit its peak in popularity in 1910 when 35 million babies were given the name.

It certainly seems unique within Hollywood circles -- much like the name they gave to their first daughter, which pays tribute to Reynolds's beloved dad. 

It's been an exciting few months for the Reynolds-Lively household. The Deadpool star was the first to reveal his new baby's gender. Then, the couple and their adorable daughters made their first public family outing when Reynolds was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. 

It was great to catch a glimpse of this super-cute, growing family. Though his daughters are very young, the celebrity dad didn't want them to miss being a part of the special occasion. So sweet. 

He also had lovely things to say about his gorgeous wife. The actor declared his love for her and said, "You are the best thing that has ever happened to me. You make everything better. You make everything in my life better. You’ve given me two of the most incredible children I’ve ever hoped to have."

We're swooning.

We can't help but wonder if suddenly the name Ines will take off with fans of the Gossip Girl star? Wonder if it's possible to find a nickname for this one!

Let's hope this name reveal and the recent family outing are just the beginning of lots more sightings of this beautiful family.

Originally on CafeMom

Image: Ciao Hollywood / Splash News 

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December 21, 2016 5:47 PM
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35 MILLION babies named Ines? Um, no.

December 25, 2016 1:23 AM
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Hardly call that a lovely name- my family is from Spain and lives there and I have no one I know named Ines. Their daughter will ask one day WTF were you smoking and change her name to sometime "lovely"

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