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Jennifer Aniston's publicist dismisses Bahamas baby gossip

Published 15/06/2016

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

The actress is not pregnant, despite rumours suggesting she has been hiding a baby bump on vacation.

Jennifer Aniston's publicist has dismissed reports suggesting the actress is pregnant.

Online gossips and bloggers went crazy on Wednesday (15Jun16) after vacation shots of the former Friends star and her husband Justin Theroux left them feeling sure the actress was expecting.

In one shot, she wore a long jacket and appeared to be covering up what could have been a baby belly with a handbag.

But her representative Steven Huvane has been quick to shoot down rumours Jen is with child, telling WENN the story "is a complete fabrication," adding, "Jennifer is not pregnant."

Multiple sites picked up the gossip item from pictures of the couple soaking up the sun in the Bahamas earlier this week (beg13Jun16), with some gossips suggesting the 47-year-old was sporting a baby belly.

A source even told the Daily Mail that Jen seemed very aware of her stomach.

"She kept her stomach covered for the entire time they were walking even though it was incredibly hot and the beach (was) nearly deserted," the insider said. "They were very romantic physically. They looked really happy together. They kissed at least twice in just the 30 minutes on the beach. He was very attentive to her."

Meanwhile, another source has told In Touch magazine Aniston is with child, stating, "She's pregnant. She and Justin are ecstatic. Jen has wanted to have a baby with Justin for years."

The baby news speculation comes just weeks after the actress lost her mother.

Nancy Dow passed away last month (May16) at the age of 79.

Announcing the sad news in a statement, Jennifer wrote: "It is with great sadness that my brother John and I announce the passing of our Mother Nancy Dow. She was 79 years old and passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends after enduring a long illness."

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