Justin Theroux Shows Support For Jennifer Aniston: In support of Jennifer Aniston, his current close friend, and ex-wife, Justin Theroux is present. After her candid chat with the magazine, the Friends actress posted a picture of her Allure cover on Instagram.
Even though they weren’t particularly specific, his fist pump and heart emoticons appeared after Aniston—to whom he was married from 2015 to 2018—shared some significant discoveries about her life.
After years of criticism for not having children, Aniston admitted to the magazine that she tried to get pregnant but was unsuccessful. “I was trying to conceive. The route to having children was difficult for me” She stated. “It was tough to deal with all the years and years and years of speculation. Chinese teas, IVF, you name it, I was doing it all.
I was giving it everything I had. If someone had told me to “freeze your eggs,” I would have donated anything. You owe it to yourself. You simply don’t consider it. I am now where I am. The ship has left port.”
It was particularly difficult for her, she continued, to be ridiculed and labeled “selfish” for not having children without anyone even knowing what she was going through.
She claimed that others believed “I merely cared about my profession.” “And God forbid a woman achieves success without bearing children. And I refused to have children, which is why my spouse left me, our relationship ended, and we divorced. They were flat-out lies. I currently have nothing to conceal.”
Aniston claimed that the period between her late 30s and early 40s was perhaps the hardest of her life since she was going through “really awful crap.” She feels better now, at 53, than she ever did in her 20s, 30s, or 40s, but despite everything, she has “zero regrets.”
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Aniston also talked about her two marriages (and divorces), stating she is still close with Theroux and that she is open to love even though she doesn’t want to be married again.
“I’d really like to date. The future? Sometimes I want to curl up in a ball and cry out, “I need assistance.” Coming home and saying, “That was a terrible day,” to someone’s arms would be fantastic” She spoke.