The Reynolds have arrived!
For the first time, Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and their two children appeared in public together as a family in honor of the actor's newly minted star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
While the wildly private parents have kept their children out of the spotlight since their births, the two stars picked a picture-perfect moment for their little ones to make their debut.
The honored actor wasted no time acknowledging his family in the crowd when he took the mic. "I want to thank my wife, Blake, who is sitting right there who is everything to me. You are the best thing that has ever happened to me," Reynolds said at the podium looking handsome in a three-piece suit. "You make everything better—absolutely everything in my life better. You've given us two of the most incredible children that I could ever hope to have. You've made me the father of my dreams when I thought I only had fun uncle potential."
Shortly after, Lively, dressed in a stunning flowing blue dress with colorful heels, and their two daughters joined the proud dad to pose for photos, though toddler James was distracted by a nearby microphone she hilariously got her hands on.
While the Shallows actress tried to get her daughter to stand still for a family portrait, the curly-haired tot was far more fascinated with the microphone—the exchange igniting some laughter from the surrounding crowd.
Their second daughter, whose name is still unknown, remained calm in Reynolds' arms while dressed in a gray two piece. Though James is not yet 2 years old, she was already showing signs of her mother's revered fashion sense in a dinosaur-print jacket, polka dot shirt and tights and a pair of mini Converse.
The kids looked so adorable during their first official outing, presenter Anna Faris quipped, "I might take them home later today."