Reese Witherspoon is making sure everyone in family has own space during ‘Safer At Home’ lockdown

Like many people, Reese Witherspoon is learning to adjust to life at home with loved ones 24/7 during the coronavirus pandemic.

Fortunately, the Hollywood star has a large residence in Los Angeles where she, husband Jim Toth and her three children can hole up during the ‘Safer At Home’ order in California.

It’s still not easy, Reese, 44, explained to Miley Cyrus in an Instagram Live chat, telling the Wrecking Ball singer: ‘I try to be patient and they try to be patient with me, but we’re only on day 11.’

‘I try to be patient and they try to be patient with me’: Reese Witherspoon has been self-isolating with her family at their LA home for 11 days now during the COVID-19 pandemic

Reese, who has a production company, and Toth, a talent agent, are both working from home.

Also living with them are the actress’ kids from her first marriage to actor Ryan Phillippe – Ava, 20, and Deacon, 16.

And then there’s Tennessee, her seven-year-old son with Toth.

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The Big Little Lies star said making sure everyone has access to personal space while they’re living under roof is paramount. 

‘Everybody has a room that has a little area and there’s a privacy sign there, so when the privacy sign is on and your headphones are on, you can’t interrupt,’ Reese said.

She added: ‘You have to have rules. We have guidelines on the wall for our family, just so we respect each other’s space.’  

Family: Reese, who has a production company, and Toth, a talent agent, are both working from home. Also living with them are the actress’ kids from her first marriage to actor Ryan Phillippe – Ava, 20, and Deacon, 16. And then there’s Tennessee, her seven-year-old son with Toth

Rules: ‘Everybody has a room that has a little area and there’s a privacy sign there, so when the privacy sign is on and your headphones are on, you can’t interrupt,’ Reese told Miley Cyrus during an Instagram Live chat

She shared with Miley that she thinks it’s tougher for daughter Ava more than anyone else as she had been away studying at Stanford University before the COVID-19 crisis hit.

‘She was living her own life. Now she can’t see her friends,’ the celebrity mom shared.

‘You have to actually kind of move away from your parents’ ideas, you have to move away from their structure and their routine, and create your own and now you have to go backwards. That must be so frustrating to lose that independence.’

As for Deacon, his biggest frustration, she said, is not being able to spend time with his girlfriend.

Meanwhile, her youngest Tennessee is thrilled to have his big sister and brother home with him all the time.

Grown-up girl: Reese says she thinks it’s tougher for daughter Ava more than anyone else as she had been away studying at Stanford University before the coronavirus crisis hit. ‘She was living her own life. Now she can’t see her friends,’ the celebrity mom shared

Just chilling: Meanwhile, her youngest Tennessee is thrilled to have his big sister and brother home with him all the time, the actress revealed in her chat with Miley

 

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