Reese Witherspoon spends quality time with her family as she and son Deacon watch seven-year-old Tennessee's soccer practice
Feb. 09, 2020
She's a busy producer and actress, with at least a dozen projects currently in development.
But Reese Witherspoon took time out of her hectic work schedule on Saturday, to watch her seven-year-old son Tennessee at soccer practice in the Los Angeles suburb of Brentwood.
The 43-year-old Big Little Lies star was joined by her 16-year-old son Deacon and husband Jim Toth for the quality family time.
The petite actress dressed in head-to-toe black for the outing, cladding her toned pins in leggings.
Up top she wore a black hoodie and covered her trademark blonde tresses in a dark cap.
Reese completed the casual look with a pair of black sneakers.
The mother-of-three doted on her eldest boy Deacon, whom she shares with first husband Ryan Phillippe.
At one point she wrapped an arm around the teenager's waist.
Also watching on was Tennessee's dad, talent agent Jim Toth, who married Witherspoon in 2011.
The 50-year-old also rocked a casual look, wearing a cap and a sweatshirt to watch his boy play soccer.
Witherspoon also has a daughter Ava, 20, with ex-husband and actor Ryan Phillippe, whom she divorced back in 2007 after about seven years of marriage.
She and Toth started dating in 2010, and went on to tie-the-knot in March 2011.
He's a talent agent and co-head of motion picture talent at Creative Artists Agency, where Witherspoon is a client.
For her next project, the actress will to star alongside Kerry Washington in the drama series, Little Fires Everywhere, which is slated to premiere on Hulu on March 18.
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