Reese Witherspoon Spends a ‘Last Day of Spring Break’ Dancing With 5-Year-Old Son Tennessee

Reese Witherspoon is observant goodbye to open mangle with a small assistance from her youngest son.

“Last day of Spring Break! Dancing til it’s dim with this guy 💙✨🌅,” a mom of 3 wrote alongside a array of honeyed snaps of herself and 5-year-old son Tennessee standing in front of a picturesque beach.

In a vacation photos, Witherspoon, 42, was all smiles as she watched her son uncover off some of his best moves.

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Witherspoon and Tennessee were also assimilated on a outing by her father and Tennessee’s father Jim Toth and her 14-year-old son Deacon, whom she shares with ex Ryan Phillippe.

“My guys,” she captioned a honeyed snap of her dual sons posing for a nightfall mural on a beach with her father progressing this week.

The Big Little Lies actress, who is also mom to 18-year-old lookalike daughter Ava, went on to flog off a family’s weekend activities by pity a slow-motion video of Tennessee purposefully descending face initial into a pool on Saturday, captioning it, “Going into a weekend like…”

During a sun-filled vacation, an annual tradition for a family, a actress’ dual boys also found some time to work on their coherence with a small waterfront yoga alongside actor-film writer “Uncle @chad_mountain,” according to Witherspoon’s Instagram Story.

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But before Witherspoon and her boys set off for a vacation this year, she done certain to take caring of one thing first: removing her son Tennessee a haircut.

“Looking uninformed for Spring Break!” Witherspoon captioned a print of her youngest child removing a haircut by a coiffeur in a family’s kitchen.

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