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Blake Lively is starting her own company

What took her so long, we ask?

Blake Lively is starting her own company

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From left: Chace Crawford as Nate Archibald, Blake Lively as Serena Van Der Woodsen and Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass in Gossip Girl on The CW. (Photo Credit: MICHAEL DESMOND / The CW© 2011 The CW Network, LLC)
From left: Chace Crawford as Nate Archibald, Blake Lively as Serena Van Der Woodsen and Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass in Gossip Girl on The CW. (Photo Credit: MICHAEL DESMOND / The CW© 2011 The CW Network, LLC)

Actress Blake Lively is moving on from household name to multi-platform brand.

The 26-year-old talent tells British Vogue, "The main element of it is that it's about storytelling and it's aboout living a very one-of-a-kind, curated life, and how to achieve that."

"There's nothing like it out there," she adds. "I have so many passions outside of acting and things that I grew up being good at and that I don't utilize when acting. Acting was something that my family did so I just kind of got into it by default."

"There was so much that I cultivated, thinking that I wouldn't be an actor," she adds. Lively has displayed her appreciation for food for quite some time, if we recall that notorious 2010 interview with Esquire during which she baked a pie with the writer.

On her new life as Mrs. Ryan Reynolds, Lively says, "A lot has changed for me in the last year! I got married, I finished Gossip Girl after six years, I had my first break in a while."

What this break will produce, we are certainly looking forward to.

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