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Lively leads the way at premiere

Published 20/04/2015

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively was the lady in red at The Age of Adaline premiere in New York on Sunday.

The 27-year-old actress marks her return to the big screen following the birth of her and Ryan Reynold's little girl James last December in The Age of Adaline. She plays the title character Adaline Bowman, who must decide whether she should give up her immortality for love.

And Blake certainly looked like a timeless beauty in New York on Sunday when she arrived wearing a gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown. The red number boasted various materials, with leather straps, a lace bodice and a fantastical feathered skirt.

Adding to the classic Hollywood glamour aesthetic, Blake wore huge diamond stud earrings and several glistening rings, made even more evident by her holding an unusual goldfish clutch. The small purse was bright orange and silver, shimmering in the star's hand.

To polish off her red carpet appearance Blake styled her enviable blonde tresses into loose waves, which tumbled over her left shoulder.

Her husband Ryan couldn't help but join in with the commentary on social media, with fans praising their idol's gorgeous looks.

"Uh... I can HEAR you. @AgeOfAdaline #AgeOfAdaline #ladyinred (sic)" he wrote on Twitter alongside a link to an article with photos of Blake and her co-star Michiel Huisman.

And he was happy to dish out a tip when quizzed by a fan about his own "slim and delicate wrists".

"Wrist Training Corsets™. Available only at select--(Sound of bus hitting me. Slight breeze. A distant hawk circles.) (sic)" he joked.

While the actor wasn't present at the premiere, Blake's mother Elaine and her brother Eric looked thrilled to be her special guests.

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