Reese Witherspoon: Home For The Holidays

Reese Witherspoon and family get ready for Thanksgiving

Academy Award-winning actress Reese Witherspoon stepped out at the Brentwood Country Mart on Wednesday (November 27). Getting set to celebrate Thanksgiving at their Brentwood, Calif. home, the actress and her husband Jim Toth were joined by her kids – Ava, 14, and Deacon, 10 – along with some family members.

The couple’s 14-month-old son Tennessee napped this one out.

The Legally Blonde star was recently asked if she wants her kids to enter showbiz.

“You know, it’s been a great opportunity for me,” Reese shared. “I’ve seen the world. I’ve met the most amazing people…It’s afforded me many wonderful opportunities. So whatever they want to do with their lives, whatever dreams they have, I support them.”

The Oscar winner is currently back and forth between L.A. and Portland, OR where she is filming her new movie, Wild.

Reese portrays a woman on a 1,100 mile hike as a way to recover from a crisis, in the film adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s adventure memoir.

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  1. Bloost

    To clarify my last comment, obviously what Brown did was worse than what Witherspoon did, but they handled their damage control terribly. Their mealy-mouthed “apologies” weren’t genuine and more insulting. She still needs to learn that the world doesn’t revolve around her. There is no proof that this woman is a good human being, other than the image she tries so hard to convey. Even her own husband admitted to the officer that she is different than what she portrays. I get that no one’s perfect, but that doesn’t excuse her despicable behavior. I come from a world where the police are to be revered and respected. How can you people forgive her when she has done nothing to earn it? Imagine if her husband ran over someone you loved and still act the way she did.

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