Reese Witherspoon, 45, makes the rare move of flashing her legs in a swimsuit by the pool… but it’s for her new collaboration with Lands’ End
Reese Witherspoon posed in a one-piece swimsuit for a new photo shared on Tuesday.
The Big Little Lies star, 45, showed off her toned legs as she had on a blue one piece with a print shirt over while sitting next to a swimming pool.
The Oscar-winning actress has a new collaboration with her brand Draper James and Lands’ End.
Still got it: Reese Witherspoon posed in a one-piece swimsuit for a new photo shared on Tuesday. The Big Little Lies star, 45, showed off her toned legs as she had on a blue one piece with a print shirt over while sitting next to a swimming poo
She announced the collaboration last week.
‘Summer is just around the corner! ☀️ ⛱ Time to get prepared. @draperjames is starting the summer off right with our newest collection of swimwear for @landsend,’ she said in her caption.
‘Check out all the cute styles (with great coverage & support) and coverups to match!’
Fresh for summer: The Wild star wore her blonde hair down and added hoop earrings
The beauty was wearing a perky smile as she sat in a wicker chair in all pink, the favorite color of her Legally Blonde character Elle Woods.
There have been two Legally Blonde movies so far with a third one in the works, which is reportedly currently set for release in May 2022.
The third Legally Blonde film has The Office star Mindy Kaling co-writing the script. She said that Elle will be 40 in the sequel.
The Reese post announced her work
Reese was in a garden chair as she had on a pink and white gingham dress with a pink and white blanket behind her.
Blonde ambition: Witherspoon shared an image to Instagram on Wednesday that looked as if she was on the set of Legally Blonde
Redo: There have been two Legally Blonde movies so far with a third one in the works, which is currently set for release in May 2022. Seen in the 2001 film
In the foreground was a pink and white gingham purse with a pink handkerchief attached and glasses in the pocket.
This comes after the star said she thinks she’d be in a ‘totally different position’ if she hadn’t been portrayed as ‘good’ by the media.
The actress contrasted her experiences when going through her divorce from Ryan Phillippe – the father of her oldest children Ava, 21, and 17-year-old Deacon – in 2008, the same year Britney Spears split from Kevin Federline.
She noted: ‘My children will tell you stories about being in preschool and people climbing on the roofs of our cars.’
The Big Little Lies actress recalled how women like Britney, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan were deemed to be ‘bad’, while she and her friend Jennifer Garner were seen as ‘good’, even when she was filmed screaming at the cameras in her face, and she thinks it’s ‘kind of s****’ the way the contrasting depictions have impacted on them all years later.
She told TIME magazine: ‘What if the media had decided I was something else? I would be in a totally different position.
‘I want to say it’s my decisions or the career choices I made, but it felt very arbitrary. And kind of s*****.’
Golden girl: Witherspoon speaks onstage during the 93rd Annual Academy Awards at Union Station on April 25, 2021 in Los Angeles
The Hello Sunshine producer – who also has son Tennessee, eight, with husband Jim Toth – is thankful to have a strong group of women around her and recalled a secret initiative she got involved with when Shonda Rhimes had her call 30 business leaders in Hollywood who had no women or people of colour on their boards.
She said: ‘One day I’ll tell you what happened. There was something about Shonda believing that I could. I was proud of myself…
‘Whenever I feel discouraged, I have a group of women. We all text each other, and we’re like: Just keep going.’
Reese also reflected on what her ‘Legally Blonde’ character Elle Woods would be doing now and expressed her frustrations.
She said: ‘She’s hitting barriers and obstacles that she never thought she’d be hitting later in life. She reminds me of the woman at the Women’s March, holding the sign that says, I’M STILL DOING THIS S***.’