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By all accounts, life is good for Reese Witherspoon. Her personal life is good, having just married Jim Toth; her professional life is on par, too, as she stars in "Water For Elephants" opposite Robert Pattinson. What Witherspoon does long for is some semblance of privacy, which has been all but lost for the better part of a decade.
"I mean, I feel like an ingrate for even thinking anything isn’t good. I’m very, very, very lucky," Witherspoon told Vogue. "But ... umm ... probably that I parted with my privacy a long time ago. We went different ways. And sometimes I mourn it. Sometimes I will sit in the car and cry. Because I can’t get out. That’s the only thing: I mourn the loss of my privacy."