Reese Witherspoon has welcomed a brand new pet to her household.
The ‘Little Fires All over the place’ star took to Instagram to disclose she is now the proud proprietor of a black Labrador pet named Main.
Posting an image of the cute pup, she wrote: “Welcome to our household, Main! #lovemylab (sic)”
The brand new addition to her household comes after the tragic loss of life of her beloved French bulldog, Pepper.
Reese, 44, introduced in October that her “loyal and devoted” good friend had handed away, leaving the actress and her household – together with her children, Ava, 21, and Deacon, 17, whom she has with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe, and Tennessee, eight, along with her partner Jim Toth – devastated.
She wrote on the time: “Our candy Pepper handed away yesterday.
“My goodness, she was such a loyal and devoted member of the family. I’m so coronary heart damaged, however I’m additionally deeply grateful for all of the love and luxury she introduced our household.
“Now she’s in canine heaven the place all nice pets go. Chasing tennis balls, operating by open fields of untamed flowers and being the Queen that she is.
“That’s what I imagine. We are going to at all times love you, Pepper.”
And after Pepper’s passing, Reese’s daughter Ava adopted one other canine named Benji, whom she described as a “candy boy”.
She wrote: “The day we misplaced Pepper simply so occurred to be the day I introduced this candy boy dwelling with me.
“That is Benji! He is from the @bestfriendsanimalsociety sanctuary in Southern Utah and is a dream of a rescue canine. He likes to cuddle and meet new associates (human & canine) and has shortly adjusted to life in his new dwelling setting.(sic)”
And Ava “can not wait” to see how Benji grows and develops.
She added: “He enjoys squeaky toys, out of doors adventures, and something he’s allowed (or not allowed) to eat.
“He’s the happiest, smartest boy, and I am so grateful to be his particular person. I can not await him to excellent his manners and change into his full, goofy self as time goes on!(sic)”