Reese Witherspoon was feeling the love as she received her latest honor.
The award-winning actress was given the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment gala on Wednesday, which was given to her in celebration of her work as a trailblazing actress and producer in the entertainment industry.
Witherspoon, 43, was supported by her daughter, Ava Phillippe, 20, son, Deacon, 16, and her husband, Jim Toth, 49, at the star-studded event, where the likes of Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Eva Longoria, Ronan Farrow and Maggie Rogers were also there to celebrate the accomplishments of women in entertainment.
Following the event, the "Morning Show" actress took to Instagram to react to receiving the honor.
"What an inspiring morning! To be in a room filled with so many passionate, talented women in our business was truly an honor and a thrill! I will never forget the speeches by @staceyabrams @ronanfarrow and @oliviawilde that made me want to work EVEN harder to make our business a more inclusive and representative place," she wrote. "I am humbled by all of the stories I heard. And I’m so excited for the future of the next generation of change-makers in this world!! Thank you @hollywoodreporter for the Sherry Lansing Leadership award... it is such an incredible honor!"
Ava also took to social media to pay tribute to her mother on her big day.
"Major congratulations to my mama, who received an award today for her leadership in the industry that she cares so deeply about improving," she wrote. "I’m so grateful to have a mom this thoughtful, passionate, and courageous, and I’m glad other people can recognize how special she is!"