And Celebuzz has the first pics of Lively taking in the southern charm of Savannah, Georgia while shopping and meeting locals on their wedding anniversary Sept. 9.
The lovebirds stopped by the SCAD Art Store to check out some new art…
And even met star struck art student Cody Vesley, who got his birthday wish and announced his excitement on Twitter and Instagram:
“Met Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds today. I told my Mom to be cool but she had to get a picture with Blake, and Ryan offered to take the picture. I was literally dying inside for 30 mins. Happy birthday to me!!!” he wrote.
(Photo: Cody Vesley)
And he was quick to note that the Hollywood pair acted like a down-to-earth couple.
“Blake was just looking at art work, and Ryan was just like any guy who’s wife dragged him into a store. They were just like any other couple,” he wrote.
Other fans also got a photo op with the 26-year-old newlywed, who showed off her signature style in a short eyelet lace white dress and black Converse.
They also took in the local cuisine at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room for some southern faves — fried chicken, homemade biscuits, macaroni and cheese, cabbage, meatloaf and butter beans, according to PEOPLE: “They were absolutely darling,” owner Marcia Thompson told the mag. “I asked them what they were doing in Savannah, and she said it was their anniversary and they had never been able to get in the restaurant before.
“I am honored that they came here on their anniversary,” Thompson added. “I hope they enjoyed it.”
About two hours away, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were reportedly spotted near Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. where the two walked down the aisle when local Post and Courier reporter Andrew Knapp claims he snapped a photo of the pair at the Second Sunday event in Charleston Sept. 8.
It’s hard to tell if it’s them, but we’ll let you decide.
(Photo: Andrew Knapp, @offlede)
Chloe Fusselman told CB! she tried to snap the famous pair, but was only able to get a good glimpse (sans her own photo memory): “They were window shopping and no one really bothered them too much,” she said. “But I’m not sure how many people even knew they were there because they were very incognito wearing hats and sunglasses.”