See a Rare Glimpse of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’s Daughter Ines—Courtesy of Salma Hayek

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Salma Hayek is part of a somewhat exclusive club of people who have starred in movies with both Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds (this group also includes . . . uh, everyone who appeared in 2011’s Green Lantern). Hayek and Lively co-starred in 2012’s Savages, the violent Oliver Stone film, and have maintained a good friendship since (you may remember Hayek spent a night out with the Lively crew enjoying “chocolate marshmallow pizza” in 2016, though you’re forgiven if you don’t). And now Hayek appears opposite Reynolds in The Hitman’s Bodyguard, an action comedy out in theaters next week.

As perhaps one of the only major celebrities as in with the Lively-Reynolds crew as Taylor Swift, who reportedly visits their Bedford compound quite frequently, or any of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants stars, Hayek stopped by recently for a night of at-home dining. Hayek shared a photo taken in the couple’s kitchen, featuring her stirring a pot of food (we can only imagine what sort of old Preserve recipes were on the docket that night). Reynolds can be seen in the background of the shot, but the clear star of the picture is their 10-month-old daughter, Ines, in Hayek’s arms (even though we’re only seeing her back, she still commands the attention). Hayek’s caption: “When your friends invite you to dinner and you end up doing all the work.” We cannot be sure when exactly this high-powered dinner took place, as Hayek trickily tagged the picture as a “#tbt.”

Lively and Reynolds are famously private about their young children (they also have a two-year-old daughter, James), rarely posting or even referencing them on social media, and almost never being seen out with them. The family of four has made one public appearance (if you do not remember this one, we will not be so forgiving!!), when they all attended Reynolds’s Walk of Fame star ceremony in Hollywood in December.

Full ScreenPhotos:The Best of Blake Lively’s Colorful, Glam, Bold Pregnancy Style

This Burberry dress, which Blake wore to the Met Ball back in May (feels like it was a decade ago though, right?) was floral and interesting and sweet (this marks the first time we have used the word “sweet” to describe a dress).

Photo: by Mike Coppola/.

What we appreciate about Blake’s style is that she never just goes the “simple” route. She’ll wear a black dress, but find a way to make it funky and different and offbeat (furry cuffs!).

What we appreciate about Blake’s style is that she never just goes the “simple” route. She’ll wear a black dress, but find a way to make it funky and different and offbeat (furry cuffs!).

Photo: by Venturelli/WireImage.

This dress almost has an optical-illusion vibe to it, with the overlapping layers, and it is sleek and mesmerizing, and it feels like she could leap into a pool and swim with dolphins in it, almost?

This dress almost has an optical-illusion vibe to it, with the overlapping layers, and it is sleek and mesmerizing, and it feels like she could leap into a pool and swim with dolphins in it, almost?

Photo: by Neil Mockford/Alex Huckle/GC Images.

What, this isn’t what your pregnant friends are wearing to brunch?

What, this isn’t what your pregnant friends are wearing to brunch?

Photo: by Pascal Le Segretain/.

We have written already about the [power of this ponytail](http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2016/06/blake-lively-at-the-shallows-premiere), but this is an A-plus after-party look. (And this seems as good a place as any to say: if you haven’t seen *The Shallows* yet, get on it!)

We have written already about the power of this ponytail, but this is an A-plus after-party look. (And this seems as good a place as any to say: if you haven’t seen The Shallows yet, get on it!)

Photo: by James Devaney/GC Images.

This more recent look, from the *Café Society* press tour, is very Sunday Afternoon Picnic (though of course, on Blake, it looks red-carpet-ready).

This more recent look, from the Café Society press tour, is very Sunday Afternoon Picnic (though of course, on Blake, it looks red-carpet-ready).

Photo: by Team GT/GC Images.

This feels like the perfect one to end on, as it is very very Blake: it’s bold and fun and has an unusual embellishment (dots!) and the whole effect is such that she looks—to borrow tabloid parlance—*glowing*.

This feels like the perfect one to end on, as it is very very Blake: it’s bold and fun and has an unusual embellishment (dots!) and the whole effect is such that she looks—to borrow tabloid parlance—glowing.

Photo: by Raymond Hall/GC Images

This Burberry dress, which Blake wore to the Met Ball back in May (feels like it was a decade ago though, right?) was floral and interesting and sweet (this marks the first time we have used the word “sweet” to describe a dress).

by Mike Coppola/.

What we appreciate about Blake’s style is that she never just goes the “simple” route. She’ll wear a black dress, but find a way to make it funky and different and offbeat (furry cuffs!).

by Venturelli/WireImage.

This dress almost has an optical-illusion vibe to it, with the overlapping layers, and it is sleek and mesmerizing, and it feels like she could leap into a pool and swim with dolphins in it, almost?

by Neil Mockford/Alex Huckle/GC Images.

What, this isn’t what your pregnant friends are wearing to brunch?

by Pascal Le Segretain/.

This dress—known as the Blake Lively “Elsa” dress (there was actually a bill signed into law that forbids anyone from calling it anything else)—will definitely appear on the forthcoming Blake Lively Greatest Hits album.

by Ian Gavan/.

Another Blake Lively fashion staple: matching unlikely items! This yellow flow-y dress would not necessary scream, “Pair me with a jean jacket!,” but Lively knows to give it a shot—and it works.

by Alessio Botticelli/GC Images.

Again! A fun, frilly cocktail dress—but with a sweatshirt! Always keeping us on our toes.

by James Devaney/GC Images.

We have written already about the power of this ponytail, but this is an A-plus after-party look. (And this seems as good a place as any to say: if you haven’t seen The Shallows yet, get on it!)

by James Devaney/GC Images.

This more recent look, from the Café Society press tour, is very Sunday Afternoon Picnic (though of course, on Blake, it looks red-carpet-ready).

by Team GT/GC Images.

This feels like the perfect one to end on, as it is very very Blake: it’s bold and fun and has an unusual embellishment (dots!) and the whole effect is such that she looks—to borrow tabloid parlance—glowing.

by Raymond Hall/GC Images



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