Jennifer Aniston Pregnant? Baby Rumors Are Put To Rest with GQ

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Jennifer Aniston PregnantJennifer Aniston is putting baby rumors to rest with the March GQ cover. Posing in a black bra, miniskirt along the side of her Wanderlust co-star, Paul Rudd.

She explained in the GQ interview, “Well, I recently quit smoking, and you do put on some extra pounds! It makes a difference, especially if you’re not 20. I think people maybe want me to have a kid now.”

That doesn’t mean Jennier Aniston, 43-years old isn’t happy in her relationship with Justin Theroux and doesn’t want kids. She just going along with whatever happens, happens. She says in the interview, “I still kind of go with, if it happens, it happens. I’m calm and peaceful with whatever the plan is. It’s not something where I’m going, ‘I gotta have a kid!” Jennifer Aniston goes on to say, “I think that’s sort of cliché, isn’t it? Like, if you want to be happy, you should have the house, the husband, the kids… Kids are messy!”

All baby rumors with Jennifer Aniston will stop after this March GQ magazine cover. As a matter of fact, she tells GQ that she wants to put the rumors to rest. “I’m drawing the line on the children conversation.  I’m not having triplets. Not having twins. Nor am I having one baby,” she continues, lifting up her sweater and gesturing to her flat stomach. “I did not elope.”

Jennifer Aniston divorced Brad Pitt in 2005 and says that her thirties weren’t her best years and she wasn’t happy. She said, “Forty’s great! Oh my God, my thirties blew! Forties are great.”

Meeting Justin Theroux in May 2011, Jennifer Aniston explains relationship cycles and how it will evolve over time. Whether couples embrace change and stay together, or split up because of changes. “ I’ve seen people go through divorces and stuff, crossroads that don’t end well. Often,” she says. “It’s a growing, literally living thing. There’s going to be growing pains, there’s going to be awkward moments, your lanky phase, your pimpled phase. I think that’s the beauty of a relationship.” She continues, “But if the road starts to (diverge) and one person is growing this way and the other is growing that way, Sometimes that can happen and you can stay together, and sometimes you can’t.”

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