Reese Witherspoon became the heroine of a new issue of Vogue magazine…..

42 year old Reese Witherspoonbecame the main star of the February issue of American Vogue. In the photo shoot, the actress starred with her 19-year-old daughter Ava and her mother Betty.

New photos, in which there are three generations of the Witherspoon family, appeared on the official Instagram page. Reese also gave an interview in which she explained why she decided to make a series about women and what she thinks of the Harvey Weinstein case.We wanted only women in the center of the story. I was tired of working on films where I was the only woman in the lead role. It’s just nauseating to read scripts with only one female role, and even poorly spelled out. And the worst thing is that all the actresses of the city would still like to get this role, because there’s really nothing to choose from.admitted Reese Witherspoon.

Note that celebrity fans have written hundreds of compliments to her address, and also noted that they are like two drops of water with a daughter and a mother.

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“She does everything!” Meryl Streep says about our February cover star, @ReeseWitherspoon. “On top of the acting and producing and the books and @draperjames, she also carves the pumpkins! She raises three kids. She maintains friendships. I know what it’s like to be in this business and also raise kids. You remember that book I Don’t Know How She Does It? That’s Reese!” Witherspoon was a young mom. She gave birth to @avaphillippe when she was 23, just a year before making #LegallyBlonde—“There are pictures of her as a baby on the set,” she says. Her own mother, Betty, was a labor-and-delivery nurse at Nashville’s Vanderbilt hospital, and Witherspoon remembers going to work with her and watching her “take care of seventeen babies at once. There would usually be two women, and they’d be doing all the diapering, all the feeding—everything, all at once,” Witherspoon recalls. “And the crying of the babies! The noise! She said she didn’t even hear it. I remember being so in awe of my mom. She always had a positive attitude, always laughing, always telling a joke, and she always had a billion friends at work. She just loved the women she worked with.” Tap the link in our bio to read the full profile. Photographed by @zoeghertner, styled by @tonnegood, written by @Meghan_daum, Vogue, February 2019.

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