Taylor Swift Fans Spend Sweet Moment With Blake Lively and Taylor Swift Ryan Reynolds’ Kids

Show after show, a curious Swift kept looking for guests who might be Taylor Swift's audience members. The Eras tour in Philadelphia on May 12 did not disappoint: Blake Lively brought her and husband Ryan Reynolds' two eldest daughters, 7 James and his 6-year-old Inez came to watch the show. Fans even found out they got special acknowledgments at Swift's concerts.

Midway through the show, the 12-time Grammy winner could be seen saying something to the concertgoers in the VIP tent, but the microphone was almost silent. "Want to know what Taylor said to the tent in 'All Too Well!'" one fan wrote, posting a video of the moment to TikTok. Other Swifties gave the answer in the comments, hinting at her saying, "Hi James! Hi Nez!" Twitter account Taylor Swift News agreed, sharing this message: "Taylor on stage Say hello to Blake and Ryan’s kids James and Inez.”

In addition to onstage moments from the Philadelphia show, fans also got to see Lively Reynolds' two kids and their mom backstage, People reported. The girls reportedly held hands and waved goodbye to fans as Swift left. Their two younger sisters missed out, which is fitting considering Betty is only 3 years old and the baby was born in February.

Swift is famously close to Lively, Reynolds and the four children they now have. She used the names James and Inez, as well as Betty's name, in her 2020 song "Betty". According to MTV News, they even received effusive praise along with their parents when she accepted Album of the Year at the 2021 Grammy Awards, calling them "the second person in every new song I write for." and a third player”.

Reynolds told SiriusXM in an August 2021 interview that the girls' parents thought it was "amazing" that Swift would use their names in "Betty." He called it "an honor" and knew they could trust her. They surprised the children by not telling them their names in the song until it was finished. "They don't know. They don't know," he said.

Let's not forget that Swift recorded James Jr.'s vocals for the intro to 2017's "Gorgeous." Fans also suspected that Swift's song "You're on Your Own Kid" from 2022's Midnight revealed the name of their then-unborn fourth child. However, Lively and Reynolds have yet to announce the name.

Reynolds further talked about Swift and her relationship with her family in another SiriusXM interview, this time on The Jess Kagel Show in November 2022. To their children, the Midnight singer is "like an aunt, like a friend of mom and dad" who is very, very close, almost family. "It wasn't until they went to a concert that they learned how much she meant to other people.