Jennifer Aniston Pregnant with Twins Rumors: Signs of Belly Baby Bump, Claims Tabloid [UPDATE]
Jennifer Aniston may be pregnant with twins, according to a major U.S. tabloid. Although it’s just a rumor, they claim that there are clear signs of a belly baby bump. In this latest update, we’ll take a look at exactly how truthful those claims are.
The tabloids really want Jennifer Aniston pregnant. It seems that a month can’t go by without a gossip magazine making her their cover, claiming that the former Friends actress is expecting her first child.
October was no different. Aniston found herself smeared across the front of every OK! Magazine. The publication is claiming, as they have numerous times in the past, that the 44-year-old sweetheart is pregnant with twins.
Of course, even OK! acknowledges that the story is misleading. First, there is an ultrasound photo on the cover. The picture is over Jen’s stomach and shows two fetuses, with the text, “Twin Boys for Jen!”
In much smaller print, they have written on the ultrasound, “ultrasound could look like this.”
The article, itself, didn’t offer up any real evidence either. They do quote an insider who revealed:
“She has been actively trying to get pregnant for a while. [Jen] has been undergoing IVF fertility treatments for some time now.”
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard rumors about IVF. In an earlier edition of the tabloid, a “source” is quoted as saying:
"She knows the clock is ticking--she’s well aware of it. She’s also done her homework. She’s explored all methods for having a baby and knows what her options are with IVF. She’s educated herself. There is no desperation. If it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be.”
OK! does try to redeem itself by offering up “Tell-Tale” signs that she is pregnant. These, too, were no real evidence. Still, the magazine claims:
1. Her face is puffier.
2. Her breasts are bigger.
3. She’s got a bump.
4. She’s not drinking wine.
5. No smokes.
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