Jennifer Aniston has responded to the adoption rumors that have been going around, after filming the highly-anticipated Friends reunion for HBO Max. It was reported that she was welcoming a baby girl in June, right after the adoption process was finished, however the story has been described as a “fabrication.”
The beautiful and iconic 52-year-old actress and her team are now dismissing the reports that suggested she was about to start an adoption process, with the Mexican orphanage Casa Hogar Sion.
The rumors first started after a source that was present on the set of the long-awaited reunion, overheard Jennifer Aniston announcing the news to her co-star, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer.
The source also went on to say that “Jen felt the reunion was the perfect time to make her baby announcement to the whole gang.” Adding that the Hollywood star wanted to “tell them her news so they could share and celebrate the milestone chapter in her life,” and they were all “overjoyed when she told them,” even giving her parenting advice.
But it seems like the conversation never took place, and Jennifer Aniston’s team says the statement is completely “false and “never happened.” This is not the first time the iconic star has to deal with baby rumors, as she also stated in 2016, admitting she was “fed up” with the gossip.
“I‘m fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of journalism,’ the ’First Amendment’ and celebrity news,” she stated. Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux’s ex-wife who will portray Rachel Green once again in Friends reunion and who won a Golden Globe, is just sick of the subject. She doesn't want kids. Period.