Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux initially planned to add a baby in their family, a source reveals, but obviously, that did not play out.
It can be remembered that Aniston and Theroux rocked the show business recently after announcing through a joint statement that they are deciding to call their relationship quits after two years of being married. A People's insider claimed that the newly split couple wanted to have a bundle of joy early in their relationship, though it was not clear if this had been a factor in their decision.
"When Jen met Justin, she had almost given up on the idea that she would have kids. They wanted to have a baby, but it didn't work out," the source narrated.
The couple reportedly wanted to make their family bigger shortly after the 46-year-old Mulholland Drive actor popped the question to the ex of Brad Pitt in 2012, but it is crystal clear that Aniston and Theroux remained child-less. The source did not reveal why they could not have a baby.
Aniston allegedly felt somber about this, though she did not let this take over her life. With this recent revelation, it is highly inevitable for fans to ponder whether a baby could have been an oh-so important deciding factor for the two to end their happy ever after.
However, this news should be taken with a grain of salt, as with others, as Aniston and Theroux had early on made it clear in their joint statement released by her publicist, Stephen Huvane, that anything that goes out about them that did not directly come from them lacked credibility. It was also a bid to refrain people from circulating gossips, though it was a hard decision for them to announce it publicly as they would rather keep personal things private.
Jennifer And Justin's Separate Lives
Besides, another rumor has it that the Friends star and the Leftovers actor grew apart, citing their individual wants. Apparently, Theroux's desire to live in New York and Aniston's decision to stay in Los Angeles where their house is erected had taken a toll in their relationship.
Even so, sources claimed Aniston and Theroux did not have nasty fights, and added, "They just did things separately." For now, the 49-year-old actress seemed to be fine, as per insiders, despite feeling sad about the split.
Aniston and Theroux referred to their decision as "mutual and lovingly made," and they clarified that they would still retain the respect and love for each other. It was announced a day after Valentine's Day, with the two reportedly meeting on Feb. 14 to finalize things and to see each other for the last time.