Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have been trying to keep much of the details about their daughter James out of the public eye, but a new tid-bit about their three-month-old little girl has officially been confirmed.
Amber Tamblyn, who co-starred with Lively in both The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, stopped by VH1's Morning Buzz Live to talk about her new poetry book, Dark Sparkler, and during the show, she revealed that James is surrounded by a bevy of gorgeous godmothers-herself included!
"You're still very close to your Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants costars and three of you are godmothers to Blake Lively's baby. Is that a fact?" Host Nick Lachey asked Tambyln during a game of 'Fact Check."
"Yes, that is a fact," Tamblyn confirmed, meaning she, Alexis Bledel and America Ferrera are all godmothers to Lively's little girl.
And while learning that the ladies are all still so incredibly tight that the other three were given such a huge honor in Lively's daughter's life is really wonderful, it begs the question on whether the ladies would take their bond back to the big screen for another sequel film.
Alloy Entertainment announced almost a year ago that they were planning to release another sequel film based on Ann Barshares' fifth book, Sisterhood Everlasting, though it's unclear if the four stars have all considered signing on to the project just yet. If they do all sign on, the story would likely follow the same format as the book-picking up 10 years later, after they've grown apart with their busy adult lives, when Tibby (Tamblyn) decides to reunite them for a trip that will change their lives forever.
The first film, released in 2005, earned $42 million worldwide, while the 2008 follow-up raked in $44.4 million worldwide.