Reese Witherspoon has changed her hair color to blonde about two weeks after she was arrested in Atlanta with her husband. The dark hair seen in the mugshot will probably never be seen again.
The 37-year-old Oscar winner quietly debuted her back-to-blonde locks while watching son Deacon’s soccer match in Brentwood Saturday.
“Reese is so relieved to be back to blonde, she feels like it sums up the core of who she is and that her momentary transgression with the police can be forever linked to the dark-haired alter-ego. She feels that that happened to another person now,” a source told Mail Online.
The newly blonde actress put on a brave face alongside her husband Jim Toth since their arrest for public intoxication last month.
Witherspoon looked casual in a blue-and-white gingham shirt and summery white shorts, tucking her just-dyed tresses under a straw fedora.
The mother-of-three shielded her eyes behind a pair of retro wayfarer sunglasses, though she easily only had eyes for her husband, as the couple help close and enjoyed a kiss.
While the duo mostly kept to themselves, they remained cheerful as they chatted with other parents during the match.
The pair were on the sidelines cheering on the actress’ sporty son Deacon, holding tight to a camera to capture their best moments.
The Walk the Line actress has taken a liking to the upscale Los Angeles neighbourhood, having closed escrow this week on her third home in the area.
She reportedly has plans to knock down the neighbouring properties to create a massive estate on one of Los Angeles most exclusive – and expensive – areas.
Reese and her husband Jim Toth – who along with his wife was arrested last month, the agent for a DUI and the actress for obstruction – had reportedly been house hunting for larger homes around Los Angeles but failed to find anything suitable.
The Legally Blonde star is currently on break from filming her latest movie The Good Lie in Atlanta — the same city where she was now infamously arrested last month with alongside her husband on drinking and driving charges.