REESE WITHERSPOON CELEBRATES 41ST BIRTHDAY

Reese Witherspoon




E! NEWS -- Reese Witherspoon rang in her 41st birthday on Wednesday, and her closest girlfriends made sure to turn the event into an extra special day.


E! News can confirm the actress celebrated with a group of friends, including Molly Sims and bestie Shannon Rotenberg, at the Hotel Bel Air.


"All the ladies were seated in a private section of the patio for afternoon tea and dessert," our source said. "There were beautiful fruit trays, pastries and Sprinkles cupcakes courtesy of Reese's friend Candace Nelson."


The insider added, "Everyone celebrated Reese, toasting her with glasses of rosé and singing Happy Birthday."


After finishing dessert, we learned that "many of the girls retreated to to the La Prairie Spa at the hotel for an afternoon of treatments."


Witherspoon stayed until the early evening and eventually left "with extra birthday cake and a beautiful rose flower arrangements from the table."


Of course, the actress' clothing company Draper James also made sure to celebrate the star by designing a limited-edition birthday dress. She took to Instagram to gush over the ensemble.


"Feeling so much birthday love today! Thank you!!! I am one lucky gal," she wrote, adding, "(Even @draperjames made me my own dress!)"


Happy birthday, again, to the beautiful star!




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