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Thursday 18 September 2014

Lively, Reynolds celebrate big day

Ryan Reynolds celebrated his first wedding anniversary to wife Blake Lively

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds have celebrated their first wedding anniversary with a Southern-style feast.

The Green Lantern stars, who tied the knot in South Carolina on September 9, 2012, were seen in Charleston and Savannah, Georgia, where they had lunch at Mrs Wilkes Dining Room, reported People.com.

"They were absolutely darling," owner Marcia Thompson said.

"I asked them what they were doing in Savannah, and she said it was their anniversary and they had never been able to get in the restaurant before. The line wasn't too terribly long today."

The couple enjoyed a family-style meal, which included Southern favourites like fried chicken, homemade biscuits, macaroni and cheese, cabbage, meatloaf and butter beans.

"Nobody made a fuss over them. I know the other people sitting at the table knew who they were, but they didn't say anything to them about who they were and that was nice. I thanked them for that," Marcia continued.

She added: "When he stood up and put that smile on me, I nearly fainted. He is so good-looking. She was so sweet and so pretty. I am honoured that they came here on their anniversary. I hope they enjoyed it."

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