Jennifer Aniston, allegedly, suffered back to back miscarriages during her marriage to Brad Pitt.
In the book The Untold Story of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, author Ian Halperin claimed that Jennifer Aniston lost her baby twice.
Halperin claimed that the actress’s first miscarriage happened in 2003. And the second time that she, reportedly, lost her baby was in 2004.
However, one should take the claims with a grain of salt because Aniston has never opened up about an alleged miscarriage.
Jennifer Aniston allegedly furious over rumors about her miscarriages
After the Friends star heard what was written about her in Halperin’s book, she, allegedly, became enraged.
A source told Now that Aniston couldn’t believe that such a dubious and offensive claim has been written about her.
“Jen’s put up with a lot over the past few years, but this is one of the most humiliating scenarios she could have imagined,” the source said.
Jennifer Aniston wanted to have a baby with Brad Pitt
Years ago, rumors also swirled that Pitt and Aniston’s marriage ended because the latter refused to have a baby. However, this isn’t entirely true either.
Vanity Fair contributing editor Leslie Bennetts shared details from her interview with Aniston during her appearance on the Today Show.
Bennetts said that it isn’t true that Aniston didn’t want to have a baby with Pitt. In fact, the former couple planned on having a baby together after Friends wrapped up.
“I think that was really the cruelest thing that was written about her. And she feels it’s just so sexist and misogynist because she said to me, ‘I want to have children, I’ve always wanted to have children, I plan to have children…’ the plan was always that when Friends ended, she and Brad would start a family,” Bennetts said.
The actress shares her thoughts on motherhood, pregnancy
Jennifer Aniston has also been very candid about her thoughts on motherhood and pregnancy. While speaking with Vanity Fair, the actress said that the allegations that she chose her career over having a family with Pitt pissed her off.
“I’ve never in my life said I didn’t want to have children. I did and I do and I will!” she said.
During her interview with Vogue, Aniston also said a similar thing.
“I’ve said it so many times: I’m going to have children. I just know it,” she said.
However, things seemingly changed when Aniston spoke with Elle. Back then, Jennifer Aniston said that the thought of having children is frightening.