It’s official – Reese is now a married woman! People.com have confirmed the earlier report from US Weekly that Reese and Jim Toth married on Saturday evening. This is such wonderful and exciting news, and I’m so happy for the family!
On behalf of all of Reese’s fans here at Glamour Reese Witherspoon, I’d like to say a very big congratulations to Reese and Jim, and wish them all the happiness in the world in their new life together. We hope you had a truly magical wedding day.
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Reese Witherspoon is legally married.
The Oscar-winning Legally Blonde actress, 35, tied the knot with her very own leading man, entertainment agent Jim Toth, 40, on Saturday evening, her rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.
The couple, who became engaged in December, tied the knot in a private ceremony at Witherspoon’s ranch estate in Ojai, Calif.
A pre-wedding cocktail hour took place before the 20-minute ceremony, which started a bit late. Witherspoon walked down the aisle to “Here Comes the Bride.”
Those in attendance included Witherspoon’s children (with her first husband Ryan Phillippe), Ava, 11 and Deacon, 7, as well as Renée Zellweger, Salma Hayek, Sean Penn with Scarlett Johansson, Tobey Maguire, Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, Susan, and Alyssa Milano and her CAA agent husband, David Bugliari.
Tucked away between rolling hills, the Ojai Valley property offers Witherspoon and her kids plenty of privacy.
Sources have told PEOPLE that the kids bonded easily with Toth early on in his relationship with their mom.
“He’s a grownup who’s really ready to take the next step,” a source told PEOPLE about Toth around the time of the pair’s engagement. “He’s a family-oriented guy, and that’s all she ever really wanted.”
And in the run-up to the nuptials, Witherspoon was “very giddy,” added the insider, and “excited to see what the future holds.”
Best wishes to a very talented gal and her man. I have enjoyed your wit, humor and beauty on film for some time. May you marriage outlast the career, which I hope lasts a lifetime! You are one of the greats of the next generation.