Taylor Swift fans think she has disclosed the name of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ fourth child on her new album, Midnights, despite the fact that the couple has not yet given birth.
The 32-year-old singer, a close friend of Lively, who just revealed her pregnancy, has a song on her album called On Your Own that references a Daisy May.
“I see the grand escape, Daisy May,” she sings. “I gathered the petals, he doesn’t love me.” Writing in my chamber gave birth to something new. In the parking lot, I perform my tunes. “I’m going to flee.”
The lyrics have fueled conjecture among her admirers that “Daisy May” will be the name of the Hollywood couple’s newborn.
Swift’s eighth studio album, Folklore, included the song Betty, which was subsequently revealed to be the name of the A-list couple’s third child, who is three years old.
The Shake It Off singer’s sixth album, Reputation, included the song Gorgeous, which featured a narration from Lively and Reynolds’ first child, James, who is now seven years old. She and Reynolds have a five-year-old daughter, Inez.
In response to the new song, an army of her “detective” admirers took to Twitter to express their guesses about the name, despite the fact that Lively has not yet given birth.
“Wait, Daisy May is the name of Blake and Ryan Reynolds’s youngest child?” one admirer wondered.
“So Blake Lively will name her new kid Daisy Mae, right?” remarked another. A third was added: “Daisy May will undoubtedly be the name of Ryan and Blake’s child. People, learn from history!”
In an Instagram post on September 18, Lively confirmed her pregnancy and showcased her baby belly. “Here are some real-life images of me pregnant,” she added in the caption.
The former Gossip Girl star is due in February or March of 2023.
In response to Swift’s mention of their children, Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds earlier stated on SiriusXM: Obviously, the song has nothing to do with their kids other than their kids’ names, but he means, what an honor. They thought it was fairly incredible. They continue to do so.
“I still go down the street shaking my head and thinking, ‘I can’t believe that occurred.'”