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Lively: I’m an oversized puppy

Published 24/04/2015

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively claims she felt “awkward” throughout most of her life.

The 27-year-old actress is currently promoting her new historical drama The Age of Adaline, which centres on Adaline Bowman, a woman who must decide whether she should give up her immortality for love.

And when Blake was asked what age she’d be willing to stay at forever if she were gifted with everlasting life, the stunning blonde revealed it would probably be a huge struggle to choose.

“I don’t have an age yet, because they’ve all sort of been awkward,” she told MTV News. “I hope one day I’ll be able to proudly say that was a really good age and I’m proud of who I was then, but for now it’s all sort of like, I feel like an oversized puppy in a living room made of china.”

Blake and her husband Ryan Reynolds welcomed their first child together, daughter James, in December last year.

The star has quite a large family as she is the youngest of four siblings, which include brother Eric, half-sisters Lori and Robyn and half-brother Jason.

Blake recently noted immortality without her loved ones would be the greatest torture.

"Mortality is scary. If I could hand-select my colony of loved ones who could be immortal, sign me up," she told USA Today recently. "Even then, you'd start to say that it's too long to be alive. Too much is happening in the world.

"Time is only valuable because of love. Love comes from other people, really. Being alone forever is just a trap."

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