Jennifer Aniston Opens Up About Adopting A Baby Girl At F.R.I.E.N.D.S Reunion


Jennifer, who recognized the show as the 10 greatest years of her life, was led by the emotional reunion as she revealed the big news when she told her co-stars about her enthusiasm of adopting a child.

According to Closer, it is confirmed that she will adopt a baby girl from Casa Hogar Sion – which she’s a supporter of for a long time – prior to this Jennifer has been divorced two times, it is reported that the adoption process will be completed by June this year.

Last year, when Jennifer was rumorous about motherhood news, she said, she heard Laughter, saw happy kids running around, in her future, despite the fact that she has been single since 2018.

The first news was that in 2011, before she married second husband Justin Theroux, Jennifer was planning to adopt Casa Hogar Sion which she refused. However, Jennifer informs that the adoption is nearing completion in the United States in the past year.

Although the Covid-19 has created problems in her transition to motherhood, insiders claim she is excited to see her daughter when they would get together.

This is such a significant new chapter in her life, and the fact that it occurs at such a pivotal point in her career, bringing her back to the show that changed her life, makes it all feel like it meant to be this way for her.

Greg Grande, the original set designer, posted behind-the-scenes photos of Monica Geller’s iconic purple apartment on Instagram. Despite the fact that it had been 16 years since the cameras had stopped rolling, on-set insiders say that the ensemble soon reverted to old patterns upon reuniting.

Matt LeBlanc, David Swimmer, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, and Courteney Cox had gathered at the same studio, where the hit show in the ’90s took place for more than a decade. This was for the first time since the 2004 classic sitcom final episode took place.

The actors were not in the position of filming the two-hour special, which is not scripted but is going to be broadcast on HBO Max. “Nothing is scripted and not we in character,” David – who has portrayed geeky paleontologist Ross Geller – recently announced. We’re all ourselves, even though I don’t want to disclose anything, but we all read something.

Jennifer thought the meeting was the best time to tell the whole gang about her daughter. Throughout her lifetime and work obligations the girls already know – as they frequently see each other – she felt it was special to tell the boys when they were all together because she hardly sees them nowadays.

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Mohid Moosani

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