Reese Witherspoon shares cute photo of herself with 5-year-old son dancing on seaside veranda

May 01, 2018
03:29 P.M.
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Actress Reese Witherspoon shared an adorable photo of herself and her 5-year-old son bonding as they danced.

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AmoMama shares with you details of Reese Witherspoon’s exciting motherhood journey as she bonds with her 5-year-old son in a recent photo as reported by Daily Mail on April 8, 2018.

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Aside from her life as an actress, Reese Witherspoon is a devoted mother to her three kids, and she showed off her motherly side in a recent photo.

The happy mother was seen sharing a playful dance with her youngest son Tennessee Toth on a veranda that overlooked the beach side.

Reese looked years younger in a blue Belted Daisy Vine shirt dress from her clothing line, Draper James, as she stood behind her son with smiles on her face and a drink in her hand. With a simple open toed sandal on her feet and a pair of tinted orange sunglasses on, Reese looked like she was having the time of her life.

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Reese showed off her natural beauty as she had little makeup on and her signature blonde tresses danced to the rhythm of the wind.

Her little bundle of joy, on the other hand, looked adorable in a blue polo shirt that featured bright green collar and a grey-coloured pocket as his hands reached out to the sky in a dancing manner.

Reese captioned the lovely photo on Instagram writing,

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‘Last day of Spring Break, dancing til’ it’s dark with this guy.’

Reese has her son, Tennessee, from her marriage to talent agent Jim Toth. The pair got married back in 2011 and have been going strong since then.

Tennessee isn’t Reese’s only bundle of joy as she has two children from her former marriage to actor Ryan Phillippe. From their union, Witherspoon has her only daughter Ava Phillippe who is an exact copy of her mum, and her first son, Deacon.

It’s evident from Reese’s recent post that nothing compares to the joy children give their parents!

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