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Friday 6 March 2015

Jennifer Aniston fuels baby rumours

Jennifer Aniston wore a dress that skimmed her stomach, sparking baby rumours
Jennifer Aniston wore a dress that skimmed her stomach, sparking baby rumours

Jennifer Aniston has fuelled pregnancy rumours further by patting her tummy for the cameras at a yoga book launch.

Ex-Friends star Jennifer wore a billowing dress and held her stomach while being photographed, saying yoga helped her to "prepare".

The 44-year-old actress said: "Yoga kinda helps you prepare for everything. Honestly, it's like meditation.

"It just allows anything that is coming at you throughout the day to be kind of... do-able."

The Horrible Bosses actress also gave some vague answers about her exercise regime outside of yoga.

She has been planning her wedding to Justin Theroux, 41, for this summer, but rumours are growing that it has been postponed.

There has been speculation that the date would be moved so as not to clash with ex-husband Brad Pitt's marriage to Angelina Jolie.

Jennifer had previously said she would be "singing from the mountaintop" if she fell pregnant.

Jennifer will appear later this year in comedy We're The Millers with Jason Sudeikis and rom com Missing You Already with Toni Collette.

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