Blake Lively’s Kids Made A Rare Appearance At Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour

The singer gave the three girls a special shoutout.

Blake Lively and Taylor Swift.
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Blake Lively’s daughters are going viral after stopping by Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour.

On May 29, the actor’s three girls, Betty, Inez, and James, attended the Madrid stop of the tour with their mom. In one fan video posted on X (formerly Twitter), they’re shown waiting for the concert to begin from a VIP section, and were later seen dancing to the 2014 hit “Shake it Off.”

Swift also gave a special shoutout to Lively and the girls. “I have to say that on Folklore, some of my favorite characters are named James, Inez, and Betty,” the singer told the crowd, referring to the track “Betty,” the lyrics of which include their names.

Swifties soon picked up on the reference to Lively and her kids, commenting on the singer’s “adorable” onstage mention. “The way she says Betty is so cute. She’s the best auntie,” one fan wrote on TikTok. “Auntie Swift is mothering,” another user joked.

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Lively shares her three daughters with her husband of 11 years, Ryan Reynolds. During a SiriusXM interview in 2021, Reynolds revealed that the couple’s children “didn’t know” their names had been used in Swift’s “Betty” until the song was complete. “We surprised them with it,” he said. “They had no idea.”

Lively and Reynolds announced the birth of their fourth child in February 2023, but have yet to disclose the baby’s name or gender.

Appearing on the Today show on May 13, Reynolds was quizzed about his youngest child by host Savannah Guthrie, who joked that Swift “keeps dropping” the couple’s baby names into her lyrics.

When Guthrie suggested the one-year-old’s name might be featured in Swift’s latest album The Tortured Poets Department, the actor said, “We always wait for Taylor to tell us what the child’s name is, and I’ll say this: We’re still waiting.”