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Jennifer Aniston Teases Her Cleavage As She Removes Her Towel

By Alankar Nayak
January 16,2022

Jennifer Aniston showed off her ‘natural’ beauty in a social media selfie while wearing only a towel.

The 52-year-old wowed in an Instagram post to her 39.9 million followers, going make-up-free and flaunting her golden curly locks.”Okay, Humidity…. Let’s go…. @lolavie,” the Hollywood actress smiled as she marketed a beauty product. Fans, including some big faces, were eager to tell the Friends star how “amazing” she looked.

Jennifer Aniston

“It’s amazing,” Octavia Spencer of Hollywood said. Michelle Pfeiffer responded with “Ooooh,” followed by a love heart and a fire emoji. Reese Witherspoon, her co-star of The Morning Show, responded with a slew of heart-emojis. The actress certainly made an effect on her followers, as the post received 16,000 comments and thousands of views and likes.

Jennifer Aniston

Thousands of Jennifer’s fans chimed in to commend the actress. “You look exactly like Rachel here,” one fan added. Another wrote, “*Monica’s voice* it’s the humidity.” In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter last year, Jennifer chastised those who felt she chose her job over having children. She stated: “And the entire ‘Oh, she prioritized her work before her children’ assumption.

It’s as if they’re saying, ‘You have no idea what’s going on with me personally, physically, why I can’t… can I have kids?’ They don’t know anything, and it was extremely insulting and vile.” The actress has stated that it has been a recurring criticism throughout her career. Jennifer asserted her authority and silenced those who questioned her lack of children in a forceful statement.

She stated: “When it comes to our bodies, we get to select what we think is attractive. That decision is entirely ours. Let us make that option for ourselves and the young women around the world who look up to us as role models.” “To be whole, we don’t need to be married or mothers. We get to create our own “happily ever after” for ourselves.”

Source: Daily Star

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