Blake Lively Hilariously Edits America Ferrera Into This 'Travelling Pants' Reunion Pic


Blake Lively Hilariously Edits America Ferrera Into This 'Travelling Pants' Reunion Pic


In response to the 'professionally'-edited photo, America wittily comments, 'Blake, you're like a professional portrait drawer. I was so confused about how I got into that pic!'
There's always time when we want to post a photo of our girl pals on social media, but we don't really have one featuring the full squad. But don't worry, steal this trick from Blake Lively.

The "Gossip Girl" alum hilariously edits America Ferrera into a throwback Instagram photo with her "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" co-stars. The picture features the wife of Ryan Reynolds and her on and off-screen friends Amber Tamblyn and Alexis Bledel, while America is noticeably missing.

Blake draws "professionally"-done doodle of America on the left side of Alexis. "Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya AF @americaferrera while professionally editing you into this photo, I realized you have the coolest and most appropriate initials EVER! #BadassAF #SistersForever #tbt," she captions the cute photo.



In response to the "professionally"-edited photo, America leaves a comment on Blake's comment section. She wittily writes, "Blake, you're like a professional portrait drawer. I was so confused about how I got into that pic! #goodateverything #loveyou."

The picture was taken during the premiere of Amber's directorial debut "Paint It Black" back in May. Blake and Alexis attended the event at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City to show their support for their co-star.

After playing best friends in the 2005 movie, the quartet brings their on-screen friendship to real life. Just a few days ago, America spent her day with Amber and her baby girl Marlow. The "Ugly Betty" vet took to her Instagram account to share a photo of her kissing Marlow. "#thefutureisSisterhood," the "Superstore" star simply captioned the adorable snap.

#thefutureisSisterhood

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The four previously participated in the 2017 Women's March on January 21 to advocate legislation and policies regarding human rights and other issues, including women's rights, immigration reform, healthcare reform, reproductive rights, the natural environment, LGBTQ rights, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers' rights. It was conducted only a day after Donald Trump's inauguration as president of the United States.


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