Although she's known for her ability to dish out secrets like nobody's business on the TV series , in real life, it seems she definitely knows how to seal those lips.
The two Hollywood starlets have been BFFs for a while, at least since December 2015, when Lively showed the world her Swiftie status at the "Shake it Off" singer's Brisbane, Australia concert.
When Swift isn't in a potentially Grammy Award-winning relationship, she doesn't mind third-wheeling with her bestie and Reynolds.
Although some might think they are poised to be the next Brangelina - minus the earth-shattering split that left fans in a tizzy, of course – there are enough rumors surrounding this couple to put There's the murky timeline from the start of their relationship, the constant rumbles of an impending divorce, and rumors that their marriage is far from the picture-picture image they portray.
At the risk of causing a universal meltdown by pointing out the peculiarities of an otherwise flawless couple, here are some odd things about Blake Lively and Ryan Reynold's marriage.
Lively and Reynolds maintain a strong presence on both Twitter and Instagram.
From communicating through odd, emoji tweets to posting Photoshopped pictures with captions about denim condoms, it's clear the two have no problem sharing their inside jokes with the world.
Not only did Swift give Lively better birthday shout-outs than Reynolds, but the actress even requested a "Husband Upgrade" after Swift dressed up as Reynold's character, Deadpool, for Halloween.
If you need further evidence of Reynold's feelings on the third-wheel situation, please refer to the Instagram picture above, snapped at Swift's Independence Day party in 2016.
While gossip columns and tabloids don't typically side in favor of celebrities' happiness, there seems to be a particular fascination with Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds.