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Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe celebrated their daughter Ava’s birthday yesterday by sharing the most beautiful birthday tributes to their daughter.

The parents gushed about Ava as she entered the final year of her teens. Legally Blonde alum Reese posted a stunning photo of her 19-year-old daughter on Instagram.

The resemblance between the pair is uncanny. Ava is every inch of her mum.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“Happy Birthday to my girl Ava Phillippe! You are the sunshine in my life! Love you to the moon and back!” the Big Little Lies star gushed.

Fans couldn’t help but comment on how alike Ava and Reese are.

“Oh, my, a mini you! Beautiful. Happy birthday,” one user wrote.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Another added: “Twins! Happy Birthday. Congrats mum, your beautiful daughter is such a lady. Good job”

“She’s a spitting image of you Reese! I almost thought she was you,” another shared.

Ava’s dad also penned a cute birthday message to his daughter in a sweet birthday tribute. Ryan Phillippe shared a photo of his eldest child with his Instagram followers.

The doting dad captioned the photo: “My little star on her birthday. I love you, punk. Such a proud dadish, I.”

We can’t believe Ava is all grown up. Home Again actress Reese and Ryan share two children- Ava and 14-year-old Deacon. Reese is also a mum to five-year-old son Tennessee.

Huge happy birthday to Ava!

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In September, model Elsie Hewitt filed a lawsuit against actor Ryan Phillippe, claiming he had domestically abused her. 

Elsie alleges that there was an altercation between herself and Phillippe, which left her with chest pain, bruising and abrasions.

She also claims that Phillippe abused drugs, including the use of alcohol, cocaine, ecstasy, psychedelic mushrooms, and steroids.

 

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Phillippe has consistently denied any of the allegations made against him.

Taking to Twitter, the actor distanced himself from Hewitt, writing:

'To be clear: i have not had a “girlfriend” for over a year now and have barely dated anyone since.' 

 

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'Any other labels or mis- characterizations, from media or gossips, related to anyone, briefly, connected to my personal life, are false.'  

According to People, Phillippe is counter-suing the model, based on claims that she 'broke into Phillippe’s home in the middle of the night without permission' and 'fabricated a story in an unjustified attempt to extort money' from him to further her career. 

Phillippe 'was raised by women in a household where women’s rights, feminism, and advocacy were very much at the forefront, and he is sickened to have been falsely accused of domestic violence,' according to a statement obtained by People.

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Ryan Phillipe definitely made the Yuletide gay by popping the question to his model girlfriend of four years, Paulina Slagter, over the Christmas holidays. 

While neither couple has confirmed the news, according to the New York Post, Ryan asked his 24-year-old partner to be his wife during the festive season. 

The 41-year-old Cruel Intentions actor was previously married to Reese Witherspoon for eight years and the couple have two children together, Ava (aged 16) and Deacon (aged 12). 

The couple met when Paulina, a model and law student, was just 20 years old. 

In a recent radio interview, Ryan commented that Paulina may just be the one. 

Reese Witherspoon and Ava Phillippe

 

"It's serious. I'm not opposed to [getting married again]. She's awesome."

"When people see her they have these judgments because she could be a model but she's about to graduate Stanford Law."

"I'm very involved in civil rights issues, and so to be with a woman who could actually make an impact in the legal realm – that's a beautiful thing."

Ryan and Reese, who met at Reese's 21st birthday party, called it quits on their marriage in 2006 citing irreconcilable differences. 

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Well, somebody better tell the Marcia Brady of the Upper East Side that she needs to get it together because it is time for her glorious return.

Yes, Cruel Intentions is making a major comeback. The NBC network are reportedly going to reboot the much-loved 1999 film and create a follow-up series. 

Variety reports that series is supposed to follow Bash Casey, the 16-year old son of Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe’s characters.

"Upon finding his late father’s journal, Bash learns of the family legacy he didn’t know existed.” 

“In search of answers, he trades his small-town Kansas upbringing for a scholarship to the prestigious Brighton Preparatory Academy in San Francisco and soon finds himself in a world of sex, money, power, and corruption he never could have imagined.” 

Sound similar to another TV series that fans absolutely loved? Yup, we’re getting some Gossip Girl vibes to be honest. Which could be fantastic.

The same team who were behind the Cruel Intentions Musical, Jordan Ross and Lindsey Rosin are writing and producing the series. 

The musical was a hit, especially after social media went into meltdown when Reese, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair reunited at a performance.

We look forward to seeing how the TV revival of one of our favourite films will shape up. In the meantime, let us take a trip down memory lane:

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It’s one of those iconic films that is loved by teens universally, but two kids who are not about to sit down to watch Cruel Intentions anytime soon are Reese Witherspoon’s and Ryan Phillippe’s children.

Now that the couple’s kids are getting older (daughter Ava is 15, while son Deacon is 11) the possibility of them tuning into the movie that sparked their parents’ romance is much more likely, and Reese opened up on the topic during an interview this week.

The mother-of-three need not be too worried about any awkwardness however, as she revealed that Ava and Deacon are completely uninterested in checking out this, or in fact any other movies of hers!

“They don’t have any interest in seeing me in movies. It’s weird for them. They’re like, ‘This is so weird!’ And especially seeing me and their dad having sex. It’s so weird. Not interested,” said the Hot Pursuit star.

Reese, who was married to Phillippe for eight years, added: “They have this Cruel Intentions play in L.A. that’s like a musical, so I was going to take them to that. But they haven’t seen the movie.”

We’re not surprised to hear their thoughts on the film – could you imagine the mortification of it all?

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It's hard to believe that it is almost 10 years since Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe announced their divorce.

While both have moved on with their lives (Witherspoon is married to agent Jim Toth, while Phillippe has been in a relationship for the past four years) Cruel Intentions star Phillippe has finally opened up on the reason behind their split.

Speaking candidly in an interview with Larry King this weekend, the 40-year-old revealed that while he and Reese are "very much" still friends, separating was the right thing for both of them.

Ryan, who shares two children  – 15-year-old Ava and 11-year-old Deacon – with Reese, said: "I think more of the problem was age. When we got together we were so young. I think it can create issues with two people in this industry because there's so much noise that goes along with it."

 

He added that the couple, who first met at Ryan's 21st birthday party, have a completely amicable relationship, and went on to describe himself as a "devoted father".

It's nice to hear that a couple can stay on good terms after such a public split. Oh well, we will always have Cruel Intentions!

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