Pregnant Reese Witherspoon is not going on an early labor as previously reported. The "Water for Elephants" star is said "healthy and fine" after a hospital visit on Wednesday, August 22 night.
Witherspoon merely visited doctors as she gets closer to her due date. "The visit is a normal thing for a lot of pregnant women and there is no drama. All parties involved are healthy and fine," an insider told E! News. She went back to the hospital the next morning, looking healthy.
A source initially told Radar Online, "Reese was actually taken to the hospital on Tuesday night with complications. She was released that night and then rushed back to the hospital today. At this point it looks like she might have the baby."
This would be Witherspoon's first child with husband Jim Toth. She is due to give birth early next month. Reese and Jim are a little worried about having the baby so early. But it's close enough to her due date that they're confident the baby will be just fine," the source added.
In fact, Witherspoon leisurely had lunch at Tavern in Brentwood before she went to the hospital.