Jennifer Aniston is sick of people asking when she's having kids
Jennifer Aniston has been questioned about whether she'll have a baby for years, and she's sick of people asking about it. As recently as the "We're The Millers" premiere in New York City, people were commenting on her "curvier figure" and questioning whether she was hiding a baby bump.
She says that reporters frequently try to find a way to ask her about having children, and it gets old. "Something about family and trying to relate it to the movie with, 'Oh, if I was to have a child how many kids do I want?' And 'do I want a boy or a girl?'" she tells ABC News. "I didn't realize you could place orders, I honestly didn't realize it was like a drive-through, that you could talk to a little electronic voice."
Aniston's life constantly breeds speculation and tabloid fodder, especially about her long-delayed wedding to Justin Theroux and her relationship with ex Brad Pitt. She says she's the happiest she's ever been now, and is perfectly content with her family.
"What family means to me is the family I've chosen ... and my friends and my partner are truly my family," Aniston says. "I surround myself with my amazing work, my amazing friends, my amazing partner, my beautiful dogs ... and I tune that noise out. I mean, I think it's very sweet that people want everything for me."