Blake Lively reveals more baby bump photos on Preserve: adorable?


Blake Lively’s pregnancy rollout has been pretty good. Let’s be honest: if and when Amal Alamuddin gets pregnant, we will be inundated with story after story about her bump and George Clooney as a father and all of that. Compared to how wall-to-wall it could be, Blake looks almost circumspect. She announced her pregnancy on her newly launched Preserve site. She stepped out with Ryan Reynolds for one coupled-up, bumpy and EXCLUSIVE photo-op (Us Weekly bought the photos).

And now Blake is still controlling the story by releasing more photos of her bump on Preserve. I’m including some of the Preserve pics in this post, and you can see more here. The theme of the Preserve pictorial was, like, an autumnal celebration of motherhood, children and pregnancy. There were cakes and scarves and beautiful ginger children involved. Here’s what Blake wrote:

With a new baby on the way there is so much to do! But before experiencing the joy of 3am screams, seemingly impossible amounts of poop and having a favorite shirt covered in reflux… there are presents to open, onesies to dye, there is cake to serve, advice to be shared and all around celebration to be had.

And that we did…

[From Preserve]

“Reflux”? Do moms really refer to baby vomit as “reflux”? And “onesies to dye”??? Judgy mothers, commence! Honestly, though, I bet some of the judgy mothers were already side-eyeing the cake. Blake should be eating only veggies and lean protein during her pregnancy! She already hates her baby because she’s eating cake!! Obviously.


Photos courtesy of Eric Lively/Preserve.

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  1. Tammy says:

    Let her eat cake! Lol, I’m a healthy Eater but I’m all for indulging my sweet tooth.

  2. Totes says:

    Blake is such a Virgo.

    She’ll be a good mom.

    • Mimz says:

      I totally agree, I think she’ll do good.
      I love her, she seems to be so happy!

    • Francesca says:

      I mean the nanny will get up at 3am….LOL

      • prettylights says:

        I kind of disagree about the nanny…I can see Blake being a very hands-on Mom. Just because people can afford a nanny doesn’t automatically mean they will have one. It’s not like she works a lot anymore so she’ll have the time to spend with the baby.

      • jasmine says:

        She will be a very artisanal mom

  3. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    She looks beautiful and happy. I like her pregnancy style.

    • Jules says:

      Now we have to have a ‘style’? One simply can’t be pregnant?

      • Esmom says:

        What’s wrong with having a “style?” Most people have a certain look when they’re not pregnant and then when you’re forced to buy a new wardrobe for 9 months it’s a chance to express your style yet again. I don’t get the shade here.

      • Dani2 says:

        I think a lot of women find that they have to adapt their style to their pregnancy, it’s really not a big deal.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I meant the way she dresses while pregnant, Jules. Not sure why that’s offensive. If you wear clothes, you have a style.

      • Dani says:

        I wish I could have fit my fat ass into that tight skirt when I was pregnant. You practically had to saw me out of leggings and tshirts.

      • Kitten says:

        I also really like her pregnancy style. I’ll have to remember that this term offends some people for whatever reason.

      • FLORC says:

        I like her style too. Her (pregnancy) style is lovely. She makes great outfit choices.
        Also, confused my Jules comment.

      • Maria says:

        @Jules I don’t get the shade either… Everyone has a style pregnant or not…

      • JenniferJustice says:

        I like her style and she definitely has a style – she would no matter what physical state she were in. She’s a fashionista. I didn’t wear traditional maternity clothes when I was pregnant. I didn’t care for them and I like clothes too much to settle for only stretch tummy pants and empire waists. I never thought of it before now, but I think I had some pregnancy style. Thanks GNAT!

      • wiffie says:

        I have to completely change the type of clothes I west when pregnant, because basically the exact opposite silhouettes flatter me with a baby bump. It’s a different wardrobe, and the rare chance I have to redo basically my entire closet and makeover myself s bit. Old gets boxed, new goes in. ‘Pregnancy style’ is not offensive. Its reality.

    • Josephine says:

      I agree on all counts. She looks genuinely happy.

  4. Marigold says:

    Reflux is a condition. Spit up is the result of it and what will end up on your shirt, amongst other things. Reflux isn’t nearly as common as people think, either. Tons and tons of spit up is totally normal for a baby and doesn’t mean your kid needs a prescription antacid*. It’s usually a laundry problem and nothing more.

    *Yes, I know for some kids, it IS that bad but they’re overproscribed for sure.

    • Ginger says:

      My son had reflux due to being born prematurely and being allergic to regular formula. We switched to soy but then he still vomited/spit up a lot. Thanks for clarifying between spit up and reflux. Oh Blake, to be a new mom! :)

    • Malificent says:

      Yup, my nephew had projectile vomit that could hit the wall on the other side of the room — that’s reflux….

      My kid actually had “silent reflux” at night when the cortisol level, which reduces inflammation, is naturally lower. Ate like a champ during the day, nothing more than the usual spitting up, and gained weight well. Went to sleep fine, and then about 10 PM he would start making snorting and wheezing noises, which lasted until about 10 AM the next morning. The reflux was going up his nasal passage and back down.

      Fortunately, my pediatrician knew what it was — not every doctor does — so I didn’t have to deal with a doctor thinking I was a crazy new mom for bringing my perfectly robust baby in for a mid-afternoon appointment.

  5. Birdix says:

    It is adorable and she looks very happy. Seems like she’s going to package and sell everything about her version of motherhood. What motivates that?

    • NYer says:

      Narcissism would be my guess.

      • FLORC says:

        Then pretty much everyone that starts their own business after having a connection with it is such. By your logic anyways. Blake is pregnant – Starts pregnancy line with business. I get people like to attack her, but this is reaching. Is there really nothing honestly negative to say it comes down to speculation?

      • Liv says:

        I’m with NYer. There was a blind from Lainey that she’s pretty nasty to her staff. I think she’s not the nice girl everyone thinks of and I could imagine that there will be a nanny so that she has time to plan her little garden partys…;-)
        Seriously, she’s probably a good mom, but I think she will milk her motherhood and therfore the baby.

    • Sunny says:

      I think she lacks acting talent so her response to to structure her career by marketing herself.
      She looks gorgeous and happy. Love the pictures!

      • Belle Epoch says:

        Bingo! She avoided pregnancy and tried for years to “make it” but only managed to get some advertising. Next idea: have a baby and use it to market Preserve. This business plan might really work. When wealthy under-employed mommies find a blog they like, the mommy network is like a gold mine. So many artisanal baby things to select…

    • JenniferJustice says:

      The desire to remain relevant…on some level, any level.

  6. StormsMama says:

    She looks happy.
    I loved being pregnant for the first time. And I’ve had miscarriages since so it may be my only time as I’m turning 38 in 3 weeks.
    So I can’t hate.
    She looks so dang happy. Let her have her first baby bliss.

    • Susan says:

      Hang in there, same thing happened to me. Finally had my second at 40.

    • Frida_K says:

      So sorry for your losses!

      Have you tried acupuncture? (Disclaimer: I’m a third-year student of Chinese medicine and obviously biased). The reason I ask is this–based on what I have heard from my professors and from people in the profession, Chinese medicine can be very useful for resolving fertility and miscarriage issues. If you have tried everything your Western medical doctor has suggested and nobody can figure out why–or figure out a solution–it will do no harm to try acupuncture and herbal treatment and it may help. We can’t fix everything but our ability to fix things that Western medicine can’t even see is really something wonderful (and of course there are things that Western medicine does that we cannot, so it goes both ways.)

      You’d want to find a fertility specialist, not just some average acupuncturist. Usually, the ones who are interested in fertility/women’s health are super dedicated and if you find the right one, he or she can change your life.

      Good luck to you!

      • FLORC says:

        I took many courses on eastern medicine. It was interesting how the body was mapped out and how 1 thing was linked to the other before they really knew how it all worked. In the end though because something has been around for ages doesn’t mean it works or it’s better than another (western). You don’t simply get 1 treatment. It’s a whole body and mind makeover.

        I’m such a critic having seen more ladies post eastern treatments in worse pain and still with the issues they entered with. If it really was a better treatment more people would be getting it. IMO there risks and low chance of reward outweigh taking the chance.
        And much of Western medicine isn’t the best either. It’s finding the balance of having health balanced throughout your body. Making healthier choices. Keeping positive.
        I think we’re agreeing in the end. I just cannot stand it when “eastern medicine” is talked up so much. It can easily damage your body and it’s all the more shocking since it’s praised as being around for so long and not as bad as pharm meds.
        Disclaimer – Nurse.

      • Frida_K says:

        Hey Florc,

        I think that we do agree with each other when all is said and done, so I’m not trying to be nasty or argumentative.

        Maybe I wasn’t clear. My original message is that acupuncture can be a great option if she’s tried all the Western options and still has not found anything to help her. It’s worth trying.

        As to the dangers of acupuncture–Western medicine and trends in pharmaceuticals are dangerous. An individual needs to be an informed advocate for his or her own health.

        It depends on where one is licensed, but in Texas we have about the same amount of biomedical background as a dentist does. Some states are much less regulated, and California is the highest on the totem pole for regulation.

        If you’ve only taken a few classes in Chinese medicine then you have some knowledge but not the knowledge that a trained, licensed professional would have. Personally, I do not trust Western practitioners AT ALL. I go to my Chinese doctor first and if it’s something that Chinese medicine does not treat, I have a Western physician who is trained in integrative medicine. Some of the things I have seen as a clinical intern observer just blow my gourd. Based on what I’ve seen, my mistrust and even hostility is justified–I have seen people whose lives have been destroyed by the surgeon and once the surgeon is done, the patient is tossed away like a piece of garbage. Too bad if the patient’s life is worse after the surgery. Too bad if the surgery didn’t fix anything. Tough luck! And then they come to us in desperation.

        For me, I do not trust Western medicine. That said, I know my body, my health background, and my level of discipline. I can’t speak for future patients. For that reason, it is absolutely my duty to learn physical assessment and biomedical treatment protocols and so forth. It’s my duty to refer to a Western MD when there are red flags. This I take very seriously.

        But to say that you’ve seen more ladies post Eastern treatment still in pain…well, I’ve seen people with their lives destroyed after they’ve been gutted by the surgeon.

        We are in agreement, I think.

      • FLORC says:

        Also not trying to be nasty. Sorry if I came off that way or had a tone that lead you to think I interpreted your comment that way.

        Of course it’s an option. In my experience women I know have only gone that route after much distress and problems conceiving. They viewed it as a miracle treatment that westernized medicine never entertains to keep the pharm companies in business etc, etc…

        And by few classes I meant it was my minor in undergrad until it was dropped by the school for lack of interest. So, I do have a greater understanding than you think. And a few friends with varying degrees of knowledge. 1 having their doctorate. They certainly favor their own field, but admit many people they treat have a strong bias that is built more on superstition and luck than much else.

        I’m hit and miss on western medicine. It’s flawed like many medical practices. Mostly in those who are the caretakers/distributors. They over/under treat.

        And I’ve seen doctors who really care. Surgery didn’t help? lets explore other options. Less invasive. Some get a bad experience. It doesn’t mean western medicine can’t help. It means the person that should be helping you clocked out.

        As far as you also knowing western medical skills when things go wrong. You have to and that good you do. I’ve met some people that would rather pass away than get treated with western skills because it’s been drilled into their heads how poisonous it is.

        And we’re agreeing for sure. I’m more against the midset people have with eastern methods. It’s apples and oranges. And people should be open to both.
        P.S. I’ve shockingly seen more people injured and made sick from seeking eastern medicine and alternatives than from western. And i’ve seen a great many sick from western medicine.

    • Ginger says:

      Definitely do hang in there! I had two miscarriages and it took five years to get pregnant with my son. BUT it finally happened for me at 32. I would like to have had two babies but it wasn’t in the cards due to having full on acute Eclampsia and a seizure while pregnant with my son. I definitely can’t have any more since it’s too risky although I thought about it all through my thirties and even at 40. Keep your dream alive. :) Best wishes!

    • Nur says:

      Im sorry to hear about your miscarriages. Have you had your antiphospholipid antibodies and thrombosis panel checked? I urge you to do so, even if doctors refuse. After my first miscarriage, I had them checked on my insistance after being refused several times (i had a feeling smth was off with me) and I had problems in both. Now Im on my second pregnancy and have been put on Lovenox. These things can create miscarriage problems in pregnancies after your thirties and by chance, you might actually have one or two normal pregnancies in your twenties before you know about them.
      That being said, happy pregnant mums make me so jealous. Im lying in bed vomiting or feeling terrible and hating all food and wondering if this will ever stop, now that I just entered second trimester. So far, I truly hate being pregnant.

    • Greata says:

      Leave her be….allow her to be happy. As someone who who has suffered through fertility issues, I totally understand the joy of finally becoming pregnant after many, many, many tries. Good luck to you Blake!!!!!

    • kkhou says:

      I also had multiple miscarriages after my first child. I had accepted the possibly only having one, but saw a fertility doctor and learned that I had an endocrine problem but no obvious symptoms (other than the miscarriages). It was so nice to at least know what was causing the problems, even if it couldn’t be fixed. Luckily, for me, it was an easy and inexpensive treatment that resulted in my second child.

      While my fertility story ended up with a second child, I will never forget how it felt to undergo years of fertility problems and miscarriages. It is so hard. As several have said, the joy of being pregnant after suffering those losses is beautiful, and I cannot snark at anyone’s pregnancy joy.

      • Nur says:

        Im glad to hear you have been able to realise your dream eventually. I hope my story end well, with a live birth and me being ok.
        I find the attitude of doctors impossible sometimes. Most of the time, a woman having multiple miscarriages after a live birth has an underlying problem. Like yours, my clotting problems were completely asymptomatic, yet cause miscarriages. Had I not insisted on the tests despite only miscarrying once, I would likely be suffering several more before being finally tested (not that I wont miscarry for certain now with Lovenox but at least I have a shot) And I insisted knowing my dad and his unusual clotting history and was still refused several times. I think the protocol of testing should be even more relaxed for women with a prior birth and over a certain age. Going thru miscarriages, some of which might have been managed with medication, is just brutal.

    • Samigirl says:

      I’m sorry for your losses. I m/c twice in a row before I got my Harlow girl, and I know it sounds off, but the heartache of loss was worth it when I got to hold that little girl, see her first steps, and look in her adorable face every day – even when she’s arguing and being a tiny jerk as a lot of 2.5 yo’s tend to be. You’re not too old to keep trying if you’d like to have more. Good luck to you. <3

    • Jegede says:

      @StormsMama – I’m sorry to hear that. Best wishes to you

    • Tania says:

      Hang in there! I had to do two fresh cycles (5 cycles total) of IVF with two miscarriages, but am finally pregnant with my second now. I’m 17 weeks today. I’m 38. Good luck with it.

      • StormsMama says:

        Thank you everyone for the positive and informative feed back. You have helped me come up with some questions to ask my doc as well as some to ask my bestie (a midwife in CA).
        I love Celebitchy bc the commenters are smarter and more thoughtful than on any other site— but I never expected to get support like this! Thanks :-)

  7. Jaderu says:

    Blake, you make me smile. Don’t change.

  8. Trillian says:

    Vomit is at least partly digested, reflux is milk that comes straight back up. But who dyes onesies?

    • Alyssa Callaway says:

      I dye anything cotton lol. T-shirts, tapestries, scarves, etc. etc. I dyed a set of onesies for my sister’s baby and they were a big hit at the shower. Don’t get the shade about dyeing them. I think onesie dyeing/ decoration is a somewhat popular shower activity now as well. Just have to make sure the materials are safe and the garment is washed properly before letting baby wear it.

    • Ripley says:

      I weirdly read an article about her shower (I think that’s what these photos are of) and it looks as though one of the baby activities was tie dying onesies. Actually seemed like a cute idea and at least it doesn’t involve tasting baby food.

      • Rae says:

        We decorated onesies at my friend’s baby shower, and it was so much nicer than the stupid baby games I abhor. I was at a baby shower once where they melt the candy bar in the diaper and you’re supposed to guess what kind of candy it is. One woman just stuck her face right in the diaper and tasted it! Ugh. You don’t know where that’s been!

  9. Susan says:

    So is it just me or is she further along than what we thought? In my first pregnancy (and I was nowhere near as tall and skinny as she!) I didn’t show that much for quite some time. And usually the baby shower is relatively late in the pregnancy. Thoughts?

    • GreenBunny says:

      I was thinking the same thing. I don’t think she’s said a due date, correct? But I’m the same way, in my first pregnancy I wasn’t really showing until about the 20 week mark. And I’m not nearly as tall as her. If I compared my pregnancy to what she looks like, I’d say she’s about 20 to 24 weeks along?

      • Ellen says:

        Given her height, the fact that it’s a first pregnancy, and how she’s carrying, I’d say early third trimester for sure. She was photographed on the red carpet in June, I’d say she might have been pregnant then already because this looks like seven months along to me!

      • OriginalTessa says:

        Seven is my guess too. My sister is Blake’s height and build and didn’t show like that until the last three months or so.

    • Jessica says:

      I just looked at some photo’s of her from June. She definitely could have been 3 months along then. Fuller face, bigger bust and no ‘bump’, but definitely a thicker middle.

    • Dommy Dearest says:

      I’m about 5’7 and when I was pregnant I didn’t start showing until I was about seven months. Other than that I looked like I had a pooch. I was pretty small before I got pregnant, about 120 pounds, so when I finally started to look pregnant I was so happy. I’d say early third trimester by the looks of it in just considering the roundness of her belly and her frame starting out before baby.

  10. Esmom says:

    “There were cakes and scarves and beautiful ginger children involved.” And coats, don’t forget coats. Looks like there was a dress code for this party…not sure why it’s annoying the crap out of me. It’s beautiful and autumnal but seems just so contrived and pretentious. Maybe I need more caffeine.

    • Aussie girl says:

      While I’m happy for her, it did scream advertisement to me too.

    • sunsetsnow says:

      No, I was thinking the same thing. The outfits are a little too spot on and seem a little like costumes.

    • emmie_a says:

      It’s totally contrived and pretentious! Everyone there was dressed by a stylist. Everything there was placed there for a photoshoot. Sure, she’s happy but everything about her & her party & her life screams FAKE to me.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      I liked Blake better before she started this ridiculous site. Her writing comes off as her trying to act like she’s really smart and knows her big girl words…..

      • Esmom says:

        Yeah the writing is atrocious. But part of me thinks it’s not even her writing it, seems like the kind of thing she might delegate to a professional. Do we know it’s actually her?

    • Reece says:

      Also every pregnant woman within a 5 mile radius.

    • Malificent says:

      I live in Colorado — everyone would have their best fleece on for the occasion and at least their second-best Keens. (Although I am jonesing for what I can see of that plum-colored fedora….)

      • Esmom says:

        Lol at second best Keens. I’m not in CO and in a big city but my crowd sounds more like yours than Blake’s stylist’s dream bunch.

  11. Scarlet Vixen says:

    @Trillion: I don’t know if it’s just a Midwest thing, but sometimes at baby showers here women will dye or decorate plain white onesies instead of playing stupid shower games. It’s on par with scrapbooking I guess.

  12. tinyfencer says:

    The dyeing onesies thing makes me roll my eyes big time. This smacks of a woman who enjoys the idea of being pregnant and playing with all the fun baby stuff, but forgot that at the end of it she’ll actually have a kid.

    Like those girls who can’t wait to have their wedding but forget that afterwards they’ll be married to some poor schmuck.

    • Diana says:

      I don’t know about that. Dyeing/painting onesies is a popular baby shower thing to do in my area of the world. I’ve done it at a couple of baby showers, and have had it done at my own. It’s usually done instead of those awful shower games. It’s actually pretty helpful because you get tons of free onesies (a god send with a newborn) and it’s fun to see what people put on the onesies for the baby.

      Definitely not an indication of the end of the world or if you’ll be an immature mom.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I think that’s a ridiculous conclusion. You can’t enjoy being pregnant and preparing for your baby’s birth and still be a good mother? What should she do? Stare and the wall and contemplate motherhood for nine months? It’s a joyful time with the promise of a new life at the end of it. Why not make the most out of it and celebrate the experience?

      • tinyfencer says:

        It must be the jaded part of me talking. :) I have three four year olds and the part where it was all adorable little clothes and fun gadgets is a distant memory. Now it’s constantly being covered in pee and poop as we reach the tail end of potty training, and lots of back talk and fighting over toys. I do think that before you have kids or get married many people tend to romanticize these things, and that they don’t consider the reality of the day to day grind.

      • tinyfencer says:

        And for the record, I don’t recall saying she won’t be a good mom. That’s quite a lot to read into what I wrote. She probably will. Just meant that she appears to be in that stage before you have kids where you’re still idealizing the whole thing a bit, and that she’s in for a quite a surprise when the first kid gets here. As is the case for most people. But she’ll adjust. Just like most people.

        Although, maybe the transition won’t be as rough for her as it is for some. I could be wrong about this, but doesn’t she have lots of nieces and nephews that she spends a lot of time with? Seeing siblings go through the experience of having a newborn may give you a better idea of what to expect.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        You’re right, you didn’t say she wouldn’t be a good mother. I’m sorry. I don’t mean this to sound unkind or interfering, but you sound very bitter. Having three four year olds would be a lot for anyone to handle, in fact, I think I would be very hard pressed to do everything that requires. I hope you will find someone to talk to because I think you have a lot of pent up frustration, which is perfectly understandable. I hope things get easier for you.

  13. BendyWindy says:

    Baby spit-up isn’t the same as reflux, but yes, babies can and do have awful reflux. I hope Blake’s baby does not. It’s not fun.

  14. Carrie says:

    Holy crap either she has a very long torso or she’s carrying very low already. She looks good though.

  15. anna says:

    So this is how the White Girls of Instagram throw a baby shower…

  16. pnichols says:

    She is beautiful. She’s so tiny. I love the way she is dressed. Bless them both. :)

  17. Samigirl says:

    I don’t know WHY I like her so much but I do. I normally don’t get excited for celebrity pregnancies, but this one and RDJ’s daughter
    on the way have me so stoked.

  18. GingerCrunch says:

    I loooove this girl. Just trying to ignore the Preserve thing, though. eye roll.

    • Oxy says:

      Same here – I unashamedly love the girl! I like Preserve (minus the sometimes eyeroll inducing writing) – I visit occasionally and I don’t see the trouble people mention with the black background.

      Her and Ryan are so family orientated so I think they will make good parents.

    • I Choose Me says:

      Same here. I’ve always thought she came across as warm and friendly.

    • aang says:

      Me too. I’ve liked her since Traveling Pants.

  19. Thaisajs says:

    Look, its easy to talk about “onesies to dye” until you’ve actually had your kid. At which point, you’re lucky if you can find a clean onesie in the laundry basket of un-folded clothes before you go pass out on the couch from exhaustion.

    Blake’s site is all about being aspirational tho, so sure, its fine is she wants to paint that (unattainable) picture for other expectant moms. Reality it a lot different, kiddo.

  20. Cha says:

    Her writing style made me think of Cool Amy’s diary in “Gone Girl”. Her statement becomes automatically 100% funnier.

    Not a big fan of her, but she looks great, though.

  21. BlueeJay says:

    So instead of comparing her to Clooney why don’t we compare her to ScarJo. ScarJo is a major movie star and was able to keep her pregnancy very low key. Now we have Blake who has no career at all posting pictures of her bump and doing pap walks. Pathetic. Honestly at this point she is just like Kim K.

  22. qtpi says:

    This was a magazine shoot. Not a party. Complete with stylists, hair and make up, etc. She’s desperate to make the jr. Martha Stewart thing happen.

  23. Barbara says:

    She has a lifestyle blog… and then she posts a lifestyle blog entry about pregnancy… and people are shocked and saying the pics look staged. Shouldn’t they look staged? Wouldn’t this be part of a Marie Claire or Elle article about pregnant women, or baby showers, or clothes for pregnant women and whatsnot?
    People are so picky about her it’s not even funny.
    Also she’s a trend setter. When she was among the Time 100 most influential people it was because of how she brought profit to the brands she represented. In a few days (after all it’s barely been a week since her first pic) the clothes from her first pic were sold out.
    You may think she’s stupid, fake, entitled, bland, or whatever. Fact remains Blake Lively sells. So instead of making money only from endorsements, she also decided to go from a lifestyle e-commerce thing. Arrest her because it must be a crime.

    Also the disclaimers that she doesn’t have a career. Well I wish I didn’t have a career like her. Plenty of endorsements, movies (she talked about taking a break from working as actress before, during and after her break, but people insist it’s because she didn’t have roles offered to her. Whatever makes you sleep at night) and now she has her own business with a huge fashion name to back it up. You may think she’s a fraud and you may think she’s a terrible fashionista, but as I said, Blake sells. Her website sells. And if I were her I wouldn’t actually give a fuck. I wish I had her career, her money and her beauty. Most of us would have a minor job done on us (I’d love to have a nose job)… So she fixed her bad looking nose. I don’t get all the hate, all the criticism. She’s always so harmless and so warm. I guess you can’t be such things in HW and still be a sweetheart to some kind of people. They prefer bitches.

    Is there a rule that every actress out there has to be an Oscar winner or star blockbusters? I’m sure she’s quite happy with her career. She seems happy all the time. But let’s criticize her because she isn’t the best actress. Sure… she’s the only one, isn’t she?

    I’m particularly very happy for her and she looks stunning and so, so, so happy. I wish her the best.

    • BlueeJay says:

      Just so you know Kim K and Gwen do the same thing. They put something out there and it sells in minutes and makes millions. Fine by me that she wants to make money off her personal life. But let’s call it what it is. She should get the same comments as Kim K because after all they are just doing the same thing – reality TV/blog. No different between the two of them.

  24. livealot says:

    LOVE that last picture of her

  25. camila says:

    Whoops meant as a reply to Bluejay

  26. anna says:

    apparently she’s also racist
    but then again she was married on plantation so…