Jennifer Aniston has admit it to the world! Her fiancé of nearly two years makes a pasta she just can’t help but over indulge on. Looks like Justin Theroux, also a talented writer and actor, can add “amazing” pasta cook to his résumé!
It would seem like Aniston doesn’t have a problem carbo-loading on her fiance’s pasta, just check out what she told People:
“Like, hello! Carbonara. It’s a killer. The last couple of years since meeting this man have made me gain a couple extra pounds. But it’s all worth it.”
Is Justin Theroux trying to fatten up his fiancé? That we highly doubt, but who can really resist a great plate of pasta? I know I sure can’t!
Pasta is the kryptonite for many trying to watch their figures, so we can only imagine the pressure Jennifer Aniston must deal with when trying to decide whether or not to indulge in her man’s amazing cooking skills.
“It catches up to you, and you take care of it,” Aniston says. “But it’s still fun. It was all in the name of love!”
It’s rather obvious that Aniston doesn’t force herself to skimp on the luxuriousness of food. Many big name celebrities speak out about their struggles with food and their fears of over eating. It’s common knowledge that celebrities are looked up to and idolized for their thin figures and radiant beauty.
In recent years, many celebrities have begun speaking out against the traditional views of beauty. One of those A-list celebrities is Jennifer Lawrence. Last year the Hunger Games actress stirred up quiet the controversy by calling out shows like FashionPolice, saying that they are bad influences and promote “all the wrong values”.
According to an earlier report by The Inquisitr, Lawrence stated that in Hollywood’s eyes, she’s considered obese.
“Shows like the Fashion Police and things like that are just showing these generations of young people to judge people based on things (that don’t matter). They put values in all the things that are wrong and (show) that it’s ok to just point at people and call them ugly and call them fat and they call it fun.”
While Jennifer Aniston may have put on a few pasta pounds, it doesn’t seem to be effecting her all that much. According to the report by People, Aniston does her best to exercise regularly, and not for the sake of her Hollywood career, but for her own well-being. According to ABC News, Aniston aims to do 45 minutes of cardio and 20 minutes of yoga and other floor exercises on a regular basis.