[caption id="attachment_67907" align="aligncenter" width="306"] Jennifer Aniston Isn't Pregnant, According to Jennifer Aniston[/caption]Aniston Refutes Current Pregnancy Rumors
The rumor mill is always working overtime when it comes to popular actress Jennifer Aniston, currently engaged to actor Justin Theroux.
Aniston's representatives made it very clear that the current rumors that the couple were elated to be expecting their first child are simply not true.
Aniston is currently on the road promoting two of her recent film releases, "Life of Crime" and "We're the Millers." When many fans and members of the media insisted that she looked like she was beginning to develop a baby bump, Aniston laughed it off in interviews, explaining that she may have gained a pound or two and that's all the news she had to report.
Aniston, who first shot to stardom as one of the highest paid actors on the TV series "Friends", says she is flattered that everyone is always worrying about when she will have children and whether or not she wants a boy or a girl.
Speaking to ABC News in August, the actress addressed the nonstop pregnancy rumors saying:
"Oh, if I was to have a child, how many kids do I want?' And 'do I want a boy or a girl?" she said about being grilled on starting a family.
"I didn't realize you could place orders! I honestly didn't realize it was like a drive-thru, that you could talk to a little electronic voice."
"I surround myself with my amazing work, my amazing friends, my amazing partner, my beautiful dogs, and I tune that noise out," she continued.
"I mean, I think it's very sweet that people want everything for me, (but) I'm so content and happy."
The 44-year old actress and cosmetic spokesmodel insists that she is perfectly happy and content at this point in her life without children and she focuses on her fiancé, her friends, her pet dogs and her work in the movies and tunes out all of the alleged pregnancy and children rumors being circulated.
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