In the past, Jennifer Aniston was very zealous about maintaining the privacy of her personal life.
But having lived to 54 years old, Jennifer suddenly decided that she, using her own words, “does not want to hide anything anymore.”
And now the fans of the actress have finally found out how she feels about her current status and what she plans for the future.
According to a friend of the actress, Jennifer, although she got over the collapse of two marriages, is absolutely sure that everything will still work out in her personal life.
Although Aniston claims that she is currently quite happy without it, she does not doubt for a second that she will certainly meet the “right man” with whom she will build a relationship and whom she will marry.
However, the actress stated that she would definitely not have children.
As Jennifer honestly admitted, although she denied it before, she madly wanted to become a mother, spent many years going through endless IVF courses and trying every conceivable and unthinkable medication to get pregnant.
However, everything was in vain.
And now she bitterly regrets that at one time one of her friends did not advise her to freeze her eggs. And now, as Aniston remarked, her “ship has sailed away”…
However, this, according to the actress, is perhaps the only thing she regrets.
As for her past marriages and novels, they, as she assures, did not leave her bitter memories.
Recall that Jennifer’s first husband was Brad Pitt, with whom she lived in a legal marriage from 2000 to 2005 – until Angelina Jolie took him away from her.
However, she does not seem to hold a grudge against Pitt and maintains friendly relations with her ex-husband.
From 2015 to 2018, she was the wife of Justin Theroux, with whom she broke up less than three years after the wedding, deciding that they should remain just friends.
And in between, she had at least two serious novels – with Vince Vaughn and John Mayer.
Moreover, Jennifer, as she assures, has no complaints about any of them either. So the actress looks to the future with hope and optimism.