Reese Witherspoon and her husband Jim Toth rushed to the hospital Tuesday night after concerns that their baby was to arrive early.
Reese Witherspoon's baby is due about a month from now, but her and her husband Toth became worried when they believed that the baby was coming early. Both Witherspoon and husband rushed to the hospital late Tuesday night, but it may have been a false alarm.
"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 has now revealed to Mail Online.
Initial reports stated that Witherspoon may have been suffering from something more severe.
"Reese was actually taken to the hospital on Tuesday night with complications," a source told Radar online. "She was released that night and then rushed back to the hospital today."
While there may be no complications, it does appear the Witherspoon's baby may arrive a bit before the scheduled due date.
"At this point it looks like she might have the baby," the source told Radar. According to the website, the source claimed that Reese and husband Jim Toth were concerned as her due date is not until early September.
Despite worries, however, both husband and wife are still convinced that everything will work out and plan on having a healthy baby.
"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.
This will be Witherspoon's first child with Toth. She also has 12-year-old daughter Ava and son Deacon, 9, from her previous marriage to Ryan Phillippe. It has yet to be revealed whether the couple is having a boy or girl.