Actress Reese Witherspoon covers the May issue of Vogue. In the accompanying article, she bemoans the loss of her privacy while appearing in a photo spread with an elephant, a clever play on her latest film "Water For Elephants," hitting theaters April 22nd. She says:
“I mean, I feel like an ingrate for even thinking anything isn’t good. I’m very, very, very lucky. 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 … With whatever I’ve lost, I’ve gained tenfold in life experience. I have an interesting life."