Jennifer Aniston spoke again about not having had children. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter magazine, she recalled about the pressure she has always suffered from society to become a mother: “Will I still have twins? Will I still miraculously be a mother at 52?”, she said:
“I don’t know why there is such a cruel trend in society,”
It’s clear that the Friends star has lived a full and exciting life, but it seems the tabloids are never short of harsh criticism.
In the same interview, the actress explains: “I used to take all of this personally, like the assumption that I preferred my career to motherhood… It’s like ‘you have no idea what’s happening to me personally, medically, why I can not have children?” They have no idea, and it was very painful and unpleasant,” she said.
‘Am I going to be the miracle mother at 52?’
Jennifer added that “there’s a double standard: men can marry as many times as they want, they can marry women in their 20s and 30s. Women can’t do it.” that.”
It’s not the first time that the eternal Rachel Green has been forced to talk about matters related to her personal life: in 2016 she wrote an open letter in the digital newspaper Huffington Post in which she exploded against speculation by guaranteeing that she was not pregnant, but yes, she was. she was fed up, and explained that women “are complete with or without a partner, with or without children.
We have to decide for ourselves what is beautiful when it comes to our body. This decision is ours and ours alone. Let’s make this decision for ourselves and for the girls who look up to us as an example to follow. Let’s make this decision consciously, away from the noise of the tabloids.