Blake Lively thinks her husband, Ryan Reynolds, is going to be a great father and says they collaborate on everything together.
The 26-year-old actress, who married her 'The Green Lantern' co-star, 37, in a secret ceremony in September 2012, admits she loves the fact he is more than a decade older than her because he ''lived so much'' before they got together.
The former 'Gossip Girl' star said: ''He's going to be a great father and leader and patriarch - he's so meant to be all of those things. The fact that he lived so much before we got together, he's the exact realised person that he should be. And so I get to share my life with the person he's become, and we get to grow from there.''
The blonde beauty claims their wedding ''was becoming a disaster'' before they asked Martha Stewart to oversee the event in South Carolina.
The 'Age of Adaline' star also told the August issue of Vogue magazine that she and Ryan, who was previously married to Scarlett Johansson, collaborate on everything, including her new lifestyle website, Preserve.
She said: ''He's a part of it because everything we do in life we do together. If I'm working on a movie, he helps me with my character; I do the same with him. Picking out a coffee table. What we're going to eat. He's a beautiful writer - he's written a lot of stuff for us. And he's got a great barometer and he knows me, so he will tell me if it's not as good as it can be.''
Her new venture has already been compared to Gwyneth Paltrow's website Goop and Blake admits she is inspired by the actress.
She said: ''I'm always the first person to defend Gwyneth Paltrow. Or any woman in a position of power, like Martha Stewart or Oprah, who gets burned because they have paved the path for so many other women who are doing something they believe in.''
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