We were 99% certain that Jennifer Aniston was pregnant back in early August when she walked the red carpet for her film “We’re the Millers” with what appeared to be a baby bump.
The 44-year-old actress shot down the pregnancy reports, but now US Weekly has revealed Jen is preggers and holding off to announce the news after she is further along.
On Wednesday, UsWeekly had a photo of Jennifer on their cover with the headline “Jen’s Big Secret, Pregnant!”
Of course, Jennifer Aniston’s rep denies their claims.
An insider revealed that “She is scared of having a miscarriage, given her age, so they are not saying anything until she is six months along”.
Jennifer has been giving it her all to disguise the fact that she and her fiance, Justin Theroux, are expecting. But a source said “She’s thrilled”.
Aniston has been struggling to hide her growing bump on the red carpet as she is promoting her movies “We’re The Millers” and “Life Of Crime”.
The actress had to totally change-up her outfits after wearing a body-hugging purple satin Burberry dress at the We’re The Millers premiere on August 1, which ignited pregnancy reports!
She then went with a totally different style than she normally wears for her next movie premiere in London, wearing a baby-doll style dress.
A source revealed, “Her stylist had to redo her whole press tour wardrobe”.
Jennifer didn’t appear to be pregnant at the September 15 Toronto Film Festival premiere of her film “Life Of Crime”, but she wore a Vivienne Westwood gown with a corset inside and layers of fabric over the belly area.
The normally always-working actress hasn’t lined up any new movie projects, which is unusual for her.
Insiders also reveal other signs that lead us to believe she is expecting is that she only drinks water and parties instead of alcohol. She also has been wearing baggy clothing instead of her normal body-conscious dresses.
It appears the actress will hold off to make an announcement, but do you guys believe Jennifer Aniston is pregnant? All signs point to Yes!
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