Jennifer Aniston wants to be a mother, but her relationship to Justin Theroux is much more important to her than motherhood. Short of singing lullabies and watching Rosemary’s Baby, Jennifer has never made it secret that she desires to start a family. Jen has realized that she can be fulfilled without children. Now, let us watch some Touched by An Angel and cry in a sepia colored Kleenex.
A source told Grazia, “Quite simply, becoming a mother just doesn’t seem as important to Jen as it once was. Her main priority is her relationship with Justin.” The source continued, “Justin was open from the start that he wasn’t looking to start a family anytime soon and far from being a deal-breaker, which it once would have been, Jen has realised that she’s OK with that. Jennifer is not ruling motherhood out altogether, but right now she is focused on her relationship with Justin. She may revaluate down the line – but for now she is happy with her life the way it is and seems to have given up on the notion that having a child will make her life complete.”
Jennifer is close friends with Chelsea Handler, Ellen DeGeneres and Isis, the Egyptian goddess of children. The source explains, “Other new friends, such as Ellen DeGeneres, also don’t have children and they have helped her realize that kids aren’t necessarily the only answer to a happy life.” Do you trust a woman that believes dancing makes the world go round?
Jennifer might be marrying Justin later this year in a lavish ceremony with tears and “J.J” cake insignia.
The source says, “For years Jen chased after this dream hoping to get married again and have a baby, but she’s realized that actually her life is pretty perfect as it is. She’s found true love, she and Justin are wealthy enough to do whatever they want.”
If only Jen could get rid of all those terrible break-up rumours, she might be able to focus on getting married to Justin. Life doesn’t always come easy for a woman who seems more neurotic than Nicole Kidman.
Well, at least she can dance it away, hey?
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