Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively already have two kids, but it looks like the power couple still wants more children. The high-profile stars are allegedly considering adopting a child to add to their growing family.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's two kids are two-year-old James and five-month-old Ines, but they are eyeing to have another child through adoption. "Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are already talking about baby number three," an insider said (via Business Standard News).
The insider added that Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively won't have their third baby on the usual way but by adopting. However, the "Green Lantern" stars have yet to decide if they are going to adopt from a poor family from another country or just within the United States.
The source further said that Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively want to save a kid from an awful situation and start to shower them with love and care. They, too, are said to be longing to have a baby boy as they already have two daughters.
If ever the adoption news is true, fans are going to start wondering what would be the name of Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's adopted son. In fact, the "Deadpool 2" and "The Shallows" stars have been known for being too private that even their baby's names remain a secret.
But, their newborn kid's name got recently revealed and everyone got so excited, Huffington Post reported. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively named their youngest daughter, Ines. It was just recently when the public set an eye to their lovely girls at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's two kids made their first appearance by gracing the red carpet with their mom and dad at a ceremony in Los Angeles. The "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" actor proudly talked about his family and gave all of his gratitude to his wife for "making all of his dreams come true."