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Blake Lively creates babywear?

Published 29/12/2014

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively is reportedly in the process of launching a Preserve Babe collection.

The stunning actress confirmed that she and husband Ryan Reynolds are expecting their first child in October, breaking the happy news on her website Preserve.

The lifestyle site has seen Blake add businesswoman to her successful résumé, and she reportedly thinks it’s the perfect outlet to sell her own infant designs.

“The line will include diapers, bath and body products and infant clothing,” a source revealed to the American edition of OK! magazine, adding that Blake sees herself as the perfect spokesperson.

Preserve currently stocks a wide range of American-made, hand-crafted products. It also supports children’s charities with its profits.

Blake has been showing off her growing baby bump over the last few months and has been praised for her chic maternity style.

“Everyone can see she’s been glowing since she announced she was expecting in October,” the insider added.

It’s thought the mini-me line will be called Preserve Baby, and 27-year-old Blake is apparently eyeing up an A-list clientele.

“She wants to start by catering to high-end clients — women like her,” the source said.

Blake also blogs on her lifestyle site and regularly keeps fans updated with the latest beauty indulgences she’s into.

Although she’s carrying a little one, the Gossip Girl actress still makes time for herself and likes to relax whenever she can.

“Whether you have just a few minutes to spare or an entire evening blocked off, indulge in a quick facial remedy using herbs easily found in your kitchen or on your windowsill,” she posted recently. “While the thought of sticking your face in a steaming bowl may seem (and look) utterly silly, like a childhood science experiment gone awry, the results can be truly staggering. Embrace your inner alchemist and concoct a natural skincare potion of your own.”

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