Report: Reese Witherspoon Expecting A Boy

*EXCLUSIVE* Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth stop for a baby check-up

It sounds like blue booties are on the horizon for Reese Witherspoon!

The expectant actress, 36, and her husband Jim Toth are reportedly expecting a boy. ”They’re both really happy to be having a son, but especially Jim as it’s his first. He’s over the moon about it,” Star reports.

The Academy Award-winning actress was admitted for pregnancy complications last month. She was released within hours, but taken to the hospital again the following day.

The source added: ”Jim’s still nervous after Reese’s scare and hospital stay. But he just can’t wait to hold his son in his arms.”

Baby-to-be will be Reese and Jim’s first child together. The Election actress is already mom to 13-year-old daughter Ava and 8-year-old son Deacon with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe.

Thanks to CBS reader klutzy_girl!

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  1. Courtney

    don’t believe the tabloids lets wait and see and gender is a 50/50 shot every time and some end up with all of one gender or the other Sidney Poitier has 6 daughters while his buddy Paul Newman had 1 son & 5 daughters or Paul’s daughter Melissa has two boys

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  2. Anonymous

    who really knows, but i feel like shes having a boy for some reason

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  3. Michele

    If you look at her pinterest account all signs point to girl

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  4. Anonymous

    I wouldn’t trust STAR. But the editors here seem to swear by it. I remember when they said Ashlee Simpson and Pere Wentz were having a girl and this site ran with it. Every article ended with “expect their daughter soon”. Not mention other false announcements they made credited To STAR. You’d think they’d learn from that, but since they have a 50/50 chance I being right, they probably just don’t care.

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