Reese Witherspoon has shared a sweet message for Jim Toth as they mark five years of marriage.
Reese Witherspoon has shared a sweet message for Jim Toth as they mark five years of marriage. Bang ShowBiz

Reese Witherspoon celebrates fifth wedding anniversary

REESE Witherspoon has paid tribute to her "sweet husband" on their fifth wedding anniversary.

The 'Wild' star has taken to Instagram to share a sweet message for Jim Toth as they mark five years of marriage.

Captioning a picture of the pair, she wrote: "Happy anniversary to my sweet husband! I love you, JT! #5years (sic)"

Meanwhile, the 40-year-old actress - who has three-year-old son Tennessee with Jim and 16-year-old daughter Ava and son Deacon, 12, from a previous relationship - recently revealed she is taking a step back from acting to make her family her top priority.

She explained: "My family comes first. I haven't made a movie probably in a year and a half. I'm focused on my business, but also I want to spend time with my teenage daughter. It's terrifying that my oldest child is about to leave [home to go to university]. I can't imagine not sitting at the foot of her bed, saying, 'So what happened at school today?'

"You hope you're saying the right things - but also, as a kid becomes a teenager, you feel like there's a ticking clock to tell them everything they need to know. My kids make me laugh every day. And they're so supportive. As I get older, they understand things I worried about - the guilt of being gone - in a way that's so healing for me, when they say, 'Mom, we know you love what you do. We love to watch you do what you do.'"
 



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