The 47-year old actress denied rumors about her pregnancy. The expectation for the “miracle baby” has been rejected, after Aniston’s bikini pics show a small bump.
Jennifer Aniston’s representative has slammed gossips the actress is expecting her first child with her husband, Justin Theroux. Baby rumors started when Anniston and her husband were spotted on a beach at the Bahamas during a holiday.
In Touch magazine sparked pregnancy rumors due to what seems to be a baby belly. The magazine put on the cover one picture in which Aniston is wearing a teeny-tiny bikini.
Steven Huvane, Aniston’s rep, dismissed reports affirming the Hollywood star is not pregnant.
“She is not pregnant,” the spokesman said. “Shame on InTouch for making up the whole story, but this is not the first time they have done so. What you see is her having just enjoyed a big delicious lunch and her feeling safe on the private property.”
Huvane added that the bump on the shots was just down to a big meal. According to her, the story is a complete fabrication; the actress was just relaxing and sunbathing with Theroux.
Aniston and Theroux got married in 2011. Since then, Aniston has been bombarded with rumors and pressures about getting pregnant with her husband.
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Users went to social media to express mixed feelings
Due to the pictures and the statements published in In Touch magazine, some people were convinced about the pregnancy of Aniston.
However, there were others who expressed they were confused after reading Aniston’s rep denying such reports. In fact, some of them suggested Aniston to adopt to avoid the drama and the pressure of not having a baby at her age.
There were others, also, who claimed that if Aniston’s decision is not to procreate, nobody should say a word about that.
Pressures of women getting pregnant are ‘unfair’
On previous interviews, Aniston has exposed her disagreement about the pressure people put on her, and on women in general when they do not get pregnant. Anniston qualified those constraints as unfair.
“I don’t like [the pressure] that people put on me, on women – that you’ve failed yourself as a female because you haven’t procreated. I don’t think it’s fair,” said Aniston in an interview recently.
Former Friend’s star added that the mothering concept is not limited to the act of delivering a baby into this world. Aniston believes that a woman can be a mother for animals, friends, friend’s children or for whoever need parental support or care.
Aniston also referred to the continuous critics she receives about her commitment to her career. She has sometimes been called “selfish” because she is so focused on her personal projects that for some people, it seems like she does not want to be a mother.