Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth HONEYMOON in BELIZE

Posted: 10 Apr 2011 12:45 AM PDT

Two weeks after tying the knot, celebrity newlyweds Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth landed in Belize for a romantic six-day honeymoon stay.

“They didn’t ask for any VIP treatment, walked off the plane like regular tourists, waited in the immigration line, then lined up to get their bags from the baggage carousel,” an eyewitness reported to UsMagazine of the pair, who brought Witherspoon’s two kids, Ava, 11, and Deacon, 7, along for the tropical getaway.

Witherspoon, 35, clad in a cream-white T-shirt, jeans and a brown hat, went nearly unrecognized when the couple touched down in the Central American country April 4.

An observer of the foursome, who browsed gift shops and visited other tourist attractions said: “They looked like a happy family. The kids seemed like they had no problem with him around.”

The exact location of the Happy Honeymooners is under wraps. Belize is well known as a a secluded destination for celebrity visitors – and a penchant for “What Happens In Belize Stays In Belize”.




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