Jennifer Aniston’s representative denies that the actress is in the process of adopting a child

Jennifer Aniston’s rep sets the record straight.

According to People magazine, reports began circulating in Europe that the 52-year-old actress made a personal announcement to her co-stars while filming the “Friends” reunion for HBO Max.

The news was presumably that she is in the process of adopting a child.

However, Aniston’s representative on Tuesday denied the reports to the outlet, calling it a “ fabrication. ” Her team also told TMZ that any so-called announcement is “false” and “never happened.”

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In Europe, reports began circulating that Jennifer Aniston had made a personal announcement to her co-stars while filming the ‘Friends’ reunion for HBO Max.
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In 2017, Aniston responded sharply to those who posted false rumors about having her first child.

“I would say, I think the best picture would be a picture of me with a hand over my stomach saying ‘Finally pregnant!’” She explained to Glamor at the time.

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Aniston continued, “I mean it’s like they take a picture of you and come up with this story. If your body has a normal moment of a snack or two, or if you have a moment of bloating, then there are arrows. circled. around your belly, telling you you’re pregnant. And it’s like, actually no, it’s just my body. “

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“Not that it’s your business to begin with,” she added. “Having a child, as we know, is nothing to anyone but the couple or person who is going through it.”

Aniston – along with her original castmates Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow – are currently recording the highly anticipated “Friends” special on the show’s original soundstage at the Warner Bros. studio. , People reports.

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“Friends” ran for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004 on NBC.

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