Jennifer Aniston Pregnant: 'Friend's' Star Denies Multiple Reports, Thinks It's Unfair To Put Pressure On People

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By Sonalee singh | August 28, 2014 9:47 PM EST

Jennifer Aniston recently confessed in an interview that she is not pregnant and has no idea when she is going to get married to beau Justin Theroux.  For years, the hugely popular star has been dealing with rumours, especially regarding her relationship with Justin and about her plans to have kids.

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Actors Courteney Cox Arquette (L) and Jennifer Aniston of 'Friends' arrive at NBC studios for the 75th Anniversary show for the network in Manhattan on May 5, 2002. Many past and present stars came to the program which was broadcast live.

"I don't have this sort of checklist of things that have to be done, and ... if they're not checked, then I've failed some part of my feminism or my being a woman or my worth and my value as a woman.," she said during an interview with Today Show correspondent Carson Daly.

Apart from telling Daly that she is not pregnant, Aniston also suggested that she doesn't let fake pregnancy rumours affect her.

"I don't think it's fair to put that pressure on people," the former "Friends" actress said.

There have been various reports in the past that have claimed that Aniston is pregnant, with a miracle baby. A previous report in In Touch Weekly had also suggested that Aniston and Justin are thinking of baby names.

However, Jennifer seems to have set the record straight.

Before getting engaged to Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston was married to Brad Pitt for five years.

The two called it quits after Pitt stared romancing Angelina Jolie on the sets of "Mr & Mrs Smith."

Meanwhile, Aniston, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow recently had a "Friend's" reunion. The three actresses came to Jimmy Kimmel's show and recreated a scene from the series.

There have been various speculations about bringing  "Friends" back on television. But, now it seems that there is zero possibility of that happening, as the makers of the show have suggested that it is difficult to get the complete cast together.

Aniston would be next seen in "Life of Crime". She is reportedly taking darker roles as she wants to explore various genres of acting. 

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Actors Courteney Cox Arquette (L) and Jennifer Aniston of 'Friends' arrive at NBC studios for the 75th Anniversary show for the network in Manhattan on May 5, 2002. Many past and present stars came to the program which was broadcast live.
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