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Blake Lively: I might turn designer

Published 18/05/2015

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively could really see herself setting up a clothing label but is just too tired since giving birth.

The actress gave birth to her daughter James with husband Ryan Reynolds in December and hasn't had much time to rest since. She's been busy promoting new movie Age of Adaline and also runs lifestyle blog Preserve, where she discusses everything from her favourite trends to the tastiest recipes.

Even though she claims to be barely sleeping a wink since her daughter's birth, the 27-year-old looks stunning on the red carpet. She'd even bring her style to the masses with a clothing label, but doesn't have the energy right now.

"To be honest, I could really see myself opening a clothing label and might even do it one day," she smiled to German magazine Jolie. "But right now there is just no time for it. I really couldn't take any more sleep deprivation! [Laughs]"

There's no doubt Blake and Ryan have passed on their gorgeous genes to their offspring and maybe she'll have her mother's sense of style too. But there's one thing that's guaranteed: a healthy level of confidence, just as Blake's mother taught her.

"I was lucky to grow up in a family that's obsessed with fashion but also very down to earth," she revealed. "My parents were very keen for us kids to have a healthy sense of self worth and to feel comfortable in our own skin. My mother also taught me that extremes are rarely good, for example in terms of figure or striving for perfection. It sounds like a cliché, but true beauty comes from within."

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