Reese Witherspoon channels her inner Edna from The Incredibles in a pair of round chunky glasses
She’s been out promoting her new series with Jennifer Aniston, The Morning Show.
And now, Reese Witherspoon, 43, is taking to her Instagram to show off her inner Incredibles side.
On Sunday, the actress shared a photo of herself wearing black, round chunky glasses while smiling for the camera.
Seeing double: Reese Witherspoon is taking to her Instagram to show off her inner Incredibles side as she channels her inner Edna from the movie
Meet Edna: The spunky character from the movie who rocks the iconic blunt cut and chunky glasses
‘Do these glasses make me look like: a) a cool mom! b) someone you’d take very seriously c) Edna from the incredibles (swipe for reference),’ she said in the post.
Along with her new accessory she wore her iconic blonde hair in a short blonde bob that showed off her elegant gold hoop earrings.
The Legally Blonde star also had on her brand Draper James’ blouse and a gold necklace.
Working mom: Reese is pictured above while at The Morning Show photocall in West Hollywood last week
Reese has been extremely busy lately while promoting her new Apple TV + series and her new film Little Fires Everywhere just began production.
The Hulu original series will follow Reese and her on-screen husband Joshua Jackson and their seemingly perfect lives.
The new show is expected to hit the streaming platform on 2020 and will also star Kerry Washington, Rosemarie DeWitt, Megan Stott, and Lexi Underwood.
The cast:Steve Carell, Reese, and Jennifer Aniston all smile during the Apple special event to promote their new series, The Morning Show
But her latest feature to hit the silver screen is her new series for the new streaming platform.
‘When we started, the show was just a book, and nothing had happened with Harvey Weinstein or Les Moonves yet,’ she said during her interview with Harper’s Bazaar.
‘Then, in October 2017, all those stories started to break about the way women in media were treated. We decided we needed to start from square one and redevelop everything with more of a slant about the truth coming out in media and people being held accountable for their behavior.’
She then went on to say that they tried to ‘find the shreds of humanity in any crisis and open people’s minds to see all sides of things,’ when she spoke about the other side of the situation and the toll on those accused and their family.