Jennifer Aniston Shuts Down *Those* Pregnancy Rumours

Guys, Jennifer Aniston definitely isn’t pregnant.

In case you’ve been hiding behind a rock for the past 24 hours, you’ll know that rumours emerged yesterday of the 47-year-old expecting her first child with husband Justin Theroux.

This all began when InTouch used a picture of Jennifer and Justin, 44, enjoying a day at the beach on their cover. An arrow pointing to her stomach read: ‘First Bump Pics, World Exclusive,’ while the headline read: ‘Jen’s Finally Pregnant!’

Jennifer Aniston married actor Justin Theroux last year

 

 



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Inside the magazine, a series of photos showed Jen’s supposed ‘bump’ in a black bikini top and blue bottoms.

‘She’s pregnant,’ a source claimed, ‘she and Justin are ecstatic. Jen has wanted to have a baby with Justin for years.



 

‘Their baby news came at a bad time in her life, too. She just lost her mother, and she and Justin almost broke up. But now this surprise pregnancy has turned the worst of times into the best of times.’


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But the Friends actress’s rep has now shut down the speculation, telling Us Weekly: ‘It is just another total fabrication. Jennifer is not pregnant.’

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux were spotted out yesterday

 

They later reiterated to Entertainment Tonight: ‘What you see is her having just enjoyed a delicious big lunch and her feeling safe on private property.’

Just to prove their point even more, Jen and Justin were spotted out in New York yesterday.

Jen had dressed down in a casual white vest and cropped trousers combo. And yep, we can confirm there was definitely NO sign of a bump.

Yep. We’re finding it hard to spot a bump…

 

As we all know, this isn’t the first time Jen has been faced with pregnancy rumours.

She’s previously spoken out about the constant speculation, telling Allure in 2015: ‘This is continually said about me: that I was so career-driven and focused on myself; that I don’t want to be a mother, and how selfish that is.

‘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. You may not have a child come out of your vagina, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t mothering – dogs, friends, friends’ children.’

Well said, lady.