Jennifer Aniston has come a long way since first appearing in Friends in 1994 and has appeared in numerous other hits, including We’re the Millers, Bruce Almighty, Marley & Me, and The Break-Up, with each grossing over 200 million dollars worldwide. Currently aged 47, she was recently named People‘s 2016 World’s Most Beautiful Woman. Exhilarated by the nomination, she offered the following upon getting the news.
“It’s funny, it’s a really quick transition from not a care and now all of a sudden, we’ve got to really be mindful of what we put inside our bodies. And how we sleep and take care of ourselves. You can get away with a lot in your 20s.”
This is as reported by People. Presently, she has embraced a healthy lifestyle that includes working out six times a week and watching her diet, which is not all green. Apparently, she loves to include her favorite foods, guacamole and chips, every once in a while.
Jennifer Aniston, however, credits her great natural look to her glam team, saying that she has learnt a lot from them, including how to contour her face and blow out her hair. She added, “When I was in my 20s, my face was almost a complete circle. So I really needed contouring. And now I’m slowly chiseling away, wishing I had that round face back.”
And talking about her definition of beauty, she offered that it encompasses inner confidence, honesty, kindness, and taking on challenges without fear. Being contented about one’s accomplishments and not letting others put you down were also some of the aspects she highlighted, stating, “Taking on challenges and not feeling shame for things that haven’t gone the way you felt they should have. And not feeling like a failure or allowing people to critique your life and make you feel like you’ve failed at something. That’s just toxic noise.”
Speaking about people critiquing her, she was recently chided for allegedly neglecting her 79-year-old mother, Nancy Dow. Apparently, she has not seen her mother for a long time following her mom’s tell-all about their relationship in her book titled From Mother and Daughter to Friends: A Memoir, released in 1999. Her mother was in March spotted being pushed by a caretaker into the Lakeside Community Healthcare looking very frail.
And according to an onlooker who spoke to In Touch, “She looked to be in pain. Nancy was so weak that she had to be lifted out of the car and placed into a wheelchair. It was such a sad sight.”
This is as reported by Radar Online. Apparently, she has suffered several strokes over the years and lives in a small apartment in North Hollywood, not far from her daughter’s mansion, but Jennifer is said to want nothing to do with her.
In the memoir released by her mother in 1999, she put Jennifer Aniston in bad light, stating that she never called or checked in on her. The following is an excerpt showing this.
“Jen never calls, never checks in. It seems like for Jen, her mother doesn’t exist. Nancy will probably die without seeing her daughter again. And I can tell you this, I know she’ll die with a broken heart.”
However, according to Julia Roberts, her co-star in Mother’s Day, Jennifer Aniston is an incredible person who knows what she is doing and no one can “speak ill of her at a press junket,” according to Design & Trend.
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