Blake Lively has revealed all about her Cherokee heritage in a new ad for L'Oréal.
The 29-year-old actress, who is married to actor Ryan Reynolds and has two children, Ines and James, appears in a campaign for the brand's new Perfect Match foundation.
In the beginning of the video, a very heavily pregnant Lively reveals all about her ancestry and where she comes from.
"I'm English, Irish, German and Cherokee so my family's sort of from all over," she says in the ad.
"To look back far into my heritage and see where everyone came from, you know it's neat, it's neat to be in this country that has such diversity and such culture."
Blake goes on to say how "obsessed" she is with colours because "everyone's skin has such different nuances".
The 29-year-old The Shallows actress was born in Tarzana, California, in 1987.
Blake formerly revealed that she went to 13 different schools when she was growing up and her mum enrolled her in First Grade when she was just three-years-old.
Now Blake has a family of her own and recently stepped out in public with them when Ryan Reynolds was inducted into the Hollywood Walk Of Fame with his own star.
Dressed to impress for the occasion, Gossip Girl star Blake stunned in a beautiful blue dress.
The sleeveless number flared out and finished just below her knees, and was teamed with a pair of pink and purple heels and turquoise earrings.
Meanwhile the man of the moment Ryan, was suited up for the event.
The Deadpool star wore a smart three-piece suit, featuring blue, grey and white.