Reese Witherspoon posted a photo with her 15-year-old daughter and there’s no denying Ava Phillippe is the spitting image of her mother. The lookalike pair attended the Hollywood premiere of Reese’s new comedy, Hot Pursuit, showing off their similarly heart-shaped faces, warm smiles and striking blue eyes. The one difference? Ava’s blue hair!
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“Me and my girl ready for #HotPursuit premiere @avaphilippe,” Reese proudly captioned the photo. Ava also uploaded the snaphot, writing: “Me and my ‘straight shooter’.”
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Ava is Reese’s daughter from her marriage to Ryan Philippe; the former couple are also parents to 12-year-old son Deacon. Reese, 39, has a third child, two-year-old Tennessee, with talent agent husband Jim Toth, who she married in 2011.
While Ava did attend the premiere, she didn’t walk the red carpet with her famous mom – instead that honour was given to Reese’s little niece Abby James Witherspoon.
Reese looked stunning at the premiere in a short black and white dress that featured a sweetheart neckline, and black heels. At the screening, she met up with her co-star Sofia Vergara and the glamorous friends happily posed for photographs together on the red carpet.
Sofia, 42, looked stunning in a gold brocade dress that clung to her famous curves, and featured an exposed back.
In the comedy, Reese stars as a cop who is tasked with transporting Sofia’s drug-boss widow across Texas. The Oscar-winner has said she enjoyed every minute of making the movie, mainly because her co-star Sofia was so fun to work with.
“It was a real loose set, it just was,” Reese previously told US Weekly. “I mean, there was no seriousness, we were all just having a good time!
“Sofia’s just as wonderful in person as she is on screen. She’s just lovable, funny. She had us all laughing the whole time. You look behind the camera and the camera guy was shaking. Because she’s just so funny. And I think she’s just a really fresh comedic voice. It’s always nice to work with new people.”