Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Celebrate Daughter James' Birthday at the Disneyland Resort

Hollywood couple is spotted at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure Park

By Mike Vulpo Dec 16, 2016 11:47 PMTags
Ryan Reynolds, Blake LivelyRichard Harbaugh/Disneyland Resort

Just when we thought Ryan Reynolds was having the best week ever, Mickey Mouse enters the picture to make it even more magical. 

After earning a Golden Globes nomination, winning a Critics Choice Award and then receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of fame, the Deadpool star could have totally experienced a low-key Friday if he wanted.

Instead, the Hollywood star decided to end the week by celebrating his daughter James' second birthday at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif.

Ryan and his wife Blake Lively arrived at the Happiest Place on Earth early in the morning where they posed with Mickey Mouse in front of Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle at Disneyland.

But later in the day, the pair took their two kids to Disney's California Adventure Park where an eyewitness spotted them near Bugs Land enjoying the rides and attractions.

Stars at Disneyland & Disney World

The family outing comes just one day after Blake and Ryan's children made their public debut at dad's Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony.

While the 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 step out.

And for those who think James may have stolen the spotlight from her dad, Ryan is totally okay with that.

"I have no problem with that at all," the actor told E! News' Carissa Culiner after the ceremony. "It wouldn't be the first time. Trust me."

Soon after the event wrapped, Blake would take to Instagram to express how honored she was to be a part of such a special day.

"Proud is a pitiful word to describe how I felt today," she shared on Instagram. "@vancityreynolds The permanence of your impact is undeniable ...Always has been, but now we have a fancy star to show for it."

—Reporting by Alessandra Mortellaro