Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt previously made headlines amid claims that the former tried to help the latter heal his rift with his sons.
Life & Style claimed that after Pitt divorced Angelina Jolie, his relationship with his children suffered. Since Pitt and Jennifer Aniston were in contact then, the Friends star, allegedly, offered to help.
Jennifer Aniston wants Maddox, Pax to have a relationship with Brad Pitt
The source claimed that Aniston was estranged from her family for quite some time. So, she didn’t want Pitt’s children to experience the same thing while they’re growing up.
“She was estranged from her own mom for a time, so she wants the opposite for her new family and guided Brad toward a reunion,” the source said.
The insider claimed that Aniston’s attempts to heal the rift between Pitt and his sons worked.
Brad Pitt rekindled his relationship with his sons
After all, Maddox and Pax, allegedly, greeted Pitt on his birthday via their private social media accounts.
However, the tabloid’s claims couldn’t be farther from the truth. After all, more reputable sources previously confirmed that Pitt hasn’t spoken to his sons in years.
According to Gossip Cop, Aniston hasn’t also met Angelina Jolie and Pitt’s children. So, it’s unlikely for the actress to have meddled in their private issues.
Meanwhile, the tabloids keep linking Jennifer Aniston and Pitt to each other even though they’ve been divorced since 2005.
Jennifer Aniston worried about Brad Pitt
“If it does turn out to be true, I think Jen’s first reaction would be to worry about Brad having more stress to deal with in his life. It’s taken her a long time to accept they won’t be getting back together romantically, and if Brad’s expecting a love child, that would make it even more of an impossibility,” the source said.
However, it is best to take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.
Brad Pitt didn’t get Poturalski pregnant so Jennifer Aniston doesn’t have anything to worry about.
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