Many people have always wondered why Jennifer Aniston is not a mother. After so long, for the first time, the actress has told her story.
In an interview that Jennifer has done for the magazine Allure has been sincere about one of the most important issues of her life: her infertility. The actress from ‘Friends’ also talked about how the press has dealt with this issue during her youth.
The problem for Aniston began when during her relationship with Brad Pitt came to light rumors about that the couple was looking to have a baby. The time was passing and the press wondered why the son did not arrive, while the actress was suffering because she could not get pregnant although she was trying hard. This is what Aniston has taken the worst since during these years the press said she was selfish saying that she preferred her career as an actress to being a mother, when it was not like that and they also said that her ex-husband had left her for this reason, which is also fake.
The thing did not end here, but in her second marriage the actress again faced this problem with motherhood and the media. The interpreter of ‘We are the Millers’ revealed in this interview that she was undergoing in vitro fertilization treatments and that she did everything possible to have a baby, even drinking Chinese teas.
Even now she still regrets not being a mom and has confessed that “I would have given anything if someone had said to me: ‘Freeze your eggs. Do yourself a favor’. But you just don’t think about it. So here I am. The boat has sailed”.
Jennifer Aniston also took the opportunity to expose that people dehumanize women by subjecting them to a continuous comparison between them and with beauty standards. In addition the actress stated that she does not regret having gone through all these fertility problems since this has made her become as she is and helped leave behind all kinds of fears. Now she’s proud of herself and even says she looks better for herself than when she was 20 or 30.
The reason nobody knew anything about this topic is that the interpreter of ‘Just go with it’ has always wanted to keep these issues about her attempts at pregnancy and in vitro in private but now, at 53 years old, has decided to tell it. She is relieved that she has not the age to be a mother because media pressure on her has lessened and she feels she has nothing to hide. Jennifer also revealed that maybe someday she decides to write her story in a book.