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Reese Witherspoon Does Not Believe Child Is Her Twin: ‘I Don’t See It’

Since starlet Reese Witherspoon’s 23-year-old child Ava Phillippe struck her teenage years, the Web has actually noted their striking familial similarity. While it’s far from uncommon for a kid to appear like their mom, explaining this mother-daughter’s lookalike minutes has actually ended up being something of a phenomenon online. And yet, Witherspoon declares she and Phillippe simply “don’t see it.”

On Tuesday’s episode of Today, the Lawfully Blonde star reacted to Jenna Bush Hager describing the set as “twins” by stating, “She and I don’t see [the resemblance] that much.”

Seriously? Possibly Witherspoon takes a look at her child and gets puzzled since she believes she’s taking a look at a mirror.

Or possibly Phillippe is attempting to develop more of an identity beyond her well-known household, though being misinterpreted for Reese Witherspoon isn’t the worst thing that might occur to somebody.

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The 46-year-old Oscar winner has 3 kids: Ava, her 18-year-old boy Deacon (now a growing star in his own right), and a ten-year-old boy called Tennessee. She shares Ava and Deacon with her ex-other half Ryan Phillippe and Tennessee with husband Jim Toth. Throughout her discussion with Bush Hagger and Hoda Kotb, Witherspoon stated it’s been a little bit of a tough parenting kids with a big age space.

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“You develop a various relationship,” she discussed. “Firstly, you’re handling them a lot when they’re little and it’s extremely physical. And after that it’s more psychological assistance. And tips, not informing them what to do when they get a bit older.”

She continued, “However you need to truly support your adult relationship with your kids too. And provide regard and area to become who they are, not who you desire them to be.”

Even if that implies pretending your child doesn’t believe they look anything like you.

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