Blake Lively jokes about remaining unrecognizable beneath cap

Blake Lively jokes about remaining unrecognizable beneath cap… despite carrying purse with her name on it: ‘I don’t think anyone knew it was me’

Turns out Blake Lively isn’t exactly a master of disguise. 

The actress joked about remaining unrecognizable beneath a baseball cap, despite carrying a bright red purse with her name on it on Tuesday.

The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants actress, 34, posted a photo of herself going incognito beneath a grey ‘Director’ hat worn atop her messy bun.

‘I don’t think anyone knew it was me’: Blake Lively joked about remaining unrecognizable beneath a baseball cap, despite carrying a bright red purse with her name on it

But there was no missing the bold leather purse with her name written in all caps.

‘Good thing I had a hat. I don’t think anyone knew it was me,’ Blake wrote in the photo.

The A-lister attempted to keep a low-profile with a taupe crop top, striped trousers, and a pair of chunky red-and-white trainers.

While Blake may have been attempting to deflect attention from herself, she has been making headlines as of late as the director of Taylor Swift’s new music video, I Bet You Think About Me.

Buddies: Lively wore Taylor Swift’s ring from I Bet You Think About Me ahead of the video’s premiere

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A few days before the video premiered, Blake offered a hint as to what was in store as she wore the dazzling heart shaped ring featured in the video.  

Blake had shared a close up of her hand adorned with rings and wrote on Instagram: ‘My hand modeling career is really taking off.’    

The photo was taken on the day Blake celebrated the end of the US travel ban at the Empire State Building earlier this month, where she wore the accessory. 

When the video was released on Monday, Taylor could be seen wearing the same heart-shaped, diamond-outlined ruby ring that Blake wore in the Instagram photo. 

Rings and things: The 34-year-old actress directed the singer’s music video and a few days before the clip was released on Monday, Blake shared a close up of her hand adorned with rings and wrote ‘My hand modeling career is really taking off’

Bling! Lively could be seen wearing the ring as she celebrated the end of the US travel ban at the Empire State Building earlier this month 

Sparkle: When the video was released on Monday, Taylor could be seen wearing the same heart-shaped, diamond-outlined ruby ring that Blake wore in the Instagram photo

The song features on Taylor’s re-recorded version of her 2012 album and the video featured various other callbacks to her past, including the same column dress she’d donned in her Red countdown clip a few weeks ago, the same monogrammed Cathy Waterman ring featured on the Red (Taylor’s Version) cover, and the top hat she wore for her 2012 MTV EMA performance of We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.

And at one point, the 31-year-old singer presented the bride in the clip a red gift box containing a red scarf, a reference to the lyrics to her other song All Too Well, which mentions her leaving such an accessory at the house of an ex-boyfriend’s sister.

Taylor had previously shared her excitement about working with Blake on the video.

She wrote on Instagram: ‘I finally got to work with the brilliant, brave, & wickedly funny @blakelively on her directorial debut. Join us as we raise a toast, and a little hell.’  

Nods: There are tons of references in the vid. At one point, the singer presents the bride a red gift box containing a red scarf, a reference to the lyrics to her other song All Too Well, which mentions her leaving such an accessory at the house of an ex-boyfriend’s sister 

Talking about the song’s meaning with Billboard, Taylor said: ‘We wanted this song to be like a comedic, tongue-in-cheek, funny, not caring what anyone thinks about you sort of breakup song because there are a lot of different types of heartbreak songs on Red — some of them are very sincere, some of them very stoic and heartbreaking and sad — we wanted this to be the moment where you’re like, “I don’t care about anything.’ 

The Grammy-winning star is re-recording her early albums after Scooter Braun purchased her former record label, Big Machine Label Group, for $300 million, and with it acquired the rights to her back catalogue.

Scooter’s Ithaca Holdings then sold the catalogue to Shamrock Holdings, without offering Taylor the chance to buy her masters.

The original album boasted 16 tracks, but Red (Taylor’s Version) is an epic 30-tracks long.

Her way: The Grammy-winning star is re-recording her early albums after Scooter Braun purchased her former record label, Big Machine Label Group, for $300 million, and with it acquired the rights to her back catalogue

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