Reese Witherspoon Shares Rare Glimpse of Her Kitchen (& Embarrasses Her Son in the Process)

It’s been an interesting few weeks for Reese Witherspoon and her son, Deacon Phillippe, who recently released his first single. First, the 44-year-old actress embarrassed him with a celebratory TikTok. And now, she’s continuing the fun with yet another dance video starring her impeccable kitchen.

Yesterday, Witherspoon confirmed that she hasn’t grown tired of listening to her 16-year-old son’s new song “Long Run,” featuring fellow musician Nina Nesbitt. The Little Fires Everywhere star shared a video of herself dancing in her family’s kitchen, which looks straight out of Sweet Home Alabama.

The kitchen has black countertops and all-white cabinets that give off a rustic vibe. The top row of storage features glass display cabinets, which provide a sneak peek at Witherspoon’s mug collection.

In the clip, the proud mom whips out a series of dance moves while “Long Run” plays in the background. Much to our surprise, Witherspoon doesn’t spill a single drop of her iced coffee in the process.

She captioned the post, “My kids love when I drink a TON of coffee and make up fake TikTok dances. P.S.: have you heard @deaconphillippe’s new song? It’s on repeat over here. #longrun.”

Cool mom alert? Check.

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