Blake Lively has admitted that she feels 'intimidated' by the launch of her new online magazine and shopping website, Preserve because she's 'no expert'.
Blake Lively feels ''intimidated'' by the launch of her new website, Preserve.
The 'Gossip Girl' actress has written an editor's letter to introduce her new online magazine to the public and admitted she feels nervous about how people will receive it.
In a heartfelt message to the readers, Blake wrote: ''This editor's letter has been the hardest thing I've done yet on my Preserve journey. I'm more intimidated than I should probably admit.
''I'm no editor, no artisan, no expert. And certainly no arbiter of what you should buy, wear, or eat.''
She added: ''I'm comfortable with the knowledge that I'm not a teacher, but rather, a student. I don't do any one thing perfectly. I do a lot of things though. Some well, some not-so-well.''
The 26-year-old blonde beauty - who is married to actor Ryan Reynolds - went on to explain that the site is intended for people from all walks of life.
She continued: ''Everyone has a story to tell. This idea is the cornerstone of Preserve.
''The function of Preserve is part magazine, part e-commerce hub, part philanthropic endeavor and above all, a place to showcase the power of imagination, ingenuity, quality, and above all, people.''
Maintaining her humbleness, Blake insisted the launch of the project had been more of a group effort than an individual endeavour.
She explained: ''Preserve isn't me. It's a handful of the most dedicated, soulful, wise, patient people I've ever had the honour of working alongside.
''People who've filled the pages of this site with a force of passion, talent and integrity. I'm grateful for our countless late nights building a home out of pixels, light and imagination.''
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