Blake Lively Pregnant? 'Gossip Girl' Set On Baby 'Bump-Watch'

Blake Lively recently returned to work in New York City where she is filming scenes for the CW network's hit show "Gossip Girl," and her co-stars are reportedly convinced that she may be pregnant with her first child.

The 25-year-old actress stunned fans when she secretly married actor Ryan Reynolds on Sept. 9 after less than one year of dating. The pair never publicly announced their engagement and their wedding has led to speculation that Lively is pregnant.

"Blake is usually really careful about what she eats, but since her wedding, she seems to be eating a lot more. Everyone on set is on bump-watch," a source told the New York Post.

Lively, who met Reynolds, 35, on the set of the 2011 movie "Green Lanterns," is said to be "glowing" on set which has fueled rumors that she may be in the early stages of pregnancy. She previously spoke about her desire to have Reynolds' children.

"I've always wanted a big family. I'd love 30 [children] if I could," Lively previously told Allure magazine adding "right now, I'm so peaceful. I've never been happier in my life!"

Lively is yet to publicly confirm whether reports of a pregnancy are accurate, and a source says that the actress is not giving away too much at this time.

"The wedding took pretty much everyone by surprise, so there's been a lot of buzz that Blake may be expecting but she's not saying anything yet," a source told Star magazine.

The couple wed at Boone Hill Plantation in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina where an estimated 70 guests, including actress Bette Midler, witnessed them trade "I Dos."

While photographs of the couple's big day are yet to be released, it is believed that Lively and her bridesmaids wore custom Marchesa gowns designed by the bride's friends, Georgina Chapman and Karen Craig. Their shoes were also reportedly custom made by Christian Louboutin, according to Martha Stewart Weddings.

Reynolds and his groomsmen wore custom made Burberry suits with unique leather suspenders designed by the groom's friend, Christopher Bailey, contrary to initial reports that the actor wore a classic Hugo Boss tuxedo.

New York City jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz allegedly made the duo's wedding rings and their $3,000 cake was reportedly baked by Maggie Austin Cakes in Maryland.