Reese Witherspoon is one of America's favorite sweethearts. Reese has been a A-Lister in Hollywood for a long time. Reese's recent high profile divorce and subsequent romance and breakup with Jake Gyllenhaal are constantly in the tabloids pictures.
He had a hard enough time avoiding the press back before his girlfriend Kristen Stewart cheated on him, so Robert Pattinson had to be crafty in order to achieve some silence and solitude after the infidelity story broke last week.
And according to sources, the “Remember Me” stud has been staying at his “Water For Elephants” costar Reese Witherspoon's Ojai, California estate.
The "Water For Elephants" actress - who was spotted shopping it up at the Brentwood Country Mart yesterday (July 26) - spoke to the publication about spending weekends at the 1923 Libbey Ranch estate with daughter Ava, 12, and son Deacon, 8.
Showing off her ever-growing baby belly, a very pregnant Reese Witherspoon closed out the work week with a bout of pampering at Spa Noa in West Hollywood, California on Friday (July 20).
The day of beauty came just after the "Legally Blonde" beauty arrived back in Tinseltown, as she was seen at LAX Airport the previous day while channeling her inner-country girl in a brown trucker's cap, plaid shirt, blue tank and relaxed fit blue jeans.
A very pregnant Reese Witherspoon was spotted working hard on the set of her newest film “Devil’s Knot” in Atlanta, GA on Tuesday (July 2).
The blonde beauty looked exhausted after another long day filming scenes for the dramatic tale revolving around the true story of the trial of three teenagers accused of killing the kids as part of a satanic ritual.
Being celebrated in the Windy City, Reese Witherspoon was the guest of honor at the Gene Siskel Film Center inside the Ritz-Carlton Chicago on Saturday night (June 23).
Upon arrival to the event dubbed 'An Evening with Reese Witherspoon', the expecting actress spoke about how the visit to the Midwest locale brought her back to her teenage years, telling the Sun-Times, "You know, I grew up in Nashville and, for us, coming to Chicago was always a big deal. It was all about coming to the big city. One of my favorite memories was coming up here with a bunch of my girlfriends in high school to buy our prom dresses. . . . We thought we were really in the big-time then!”