Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Jennifer Aniston 'to make baby announcement'

Published 27/11/2012

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are rumoured to be expecting a baby.

The Hollywood couple are reportedly planning to make an "announcement" about their new arrival anytime soon.

According to friends close to the stars, it is 41-year-old actor Justin who has leaked the baby news.

"He's just so excited," a friend explained to British magazine Grazia. "It shouldn't be too long before we hear an announcement."

Justin has apparently made no secret of his desire to start a family with the 43-year-old actress. The couple have been the subject of numerous baby rumours since they became engaged in September, with their representatives repeatedly denying any such speculation.

The latest rumours have been spurred by a flurry of activity noted at the couple's new Bel Air mansion. The site owned by the couple has seen building works taking place over the last few weeks, prompting insiders to suspect that not only is a baby on its way soon, but that they could also wed on the grounds of the luxury property.

"Justin has made no secret of his desire to have a family with Jen, and they have been trying," a friend revealed. "Now it seems it's paid off and Justin hasn't been able to keep it secret."

Adding fuel to the rumour mill has also been the revelation that Jennifer turned down a recent dinner invitation to a sushi restaurant. Raw fish is something pregnant women are advised to avoid, which could explain her declining of the invite.

"[Jennifer said sushi was going to be] off the menu for a while," the friend hinted.

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