There is no doubt that Jennifer Aniston is an all-around natural, from her physical beauty, acting prowess, and personality. Yet, this graceful, noncontroversial Hollywood maven has not been spared by critics whose recent comments about her ʙικιɴι pics reeked body shaming.
Jennifer Aniston has remained strong in the game, unrelenting in her quest to entertain her audiences. Over the years, the actress has gained the recognition of fans, colleagues, and some media houses, including MensHealth.
In 2011, the magazine described the “Friends” star as the top actress on the list of “the 100 Sєxiest Women of All-time,” They opined that she has stayed “Sєxy, funny, and unmistakably real” throughout her career.
Aniston was already 42 at the time, and despite not being plastic— she never went under the knife to achieve perfection, the ever-green actress overtook many Hollywood beauties, including Angelina Jolie and Mila Kunis.
Jolie, number ten on the list, married Aniston’s ex-lover, Brad Pitt, and they went on to have kids. On the other hand, the “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” star was doing great with her then fiancé, Justin Theroux.
When asked about her preference for a man by MensHealth magazine, the actress said, “Sєxiest thing about a man—other than abs—is if he can make me laugh, has compᴀssion, kindness, and an accurately sized ego.”
Theroux must have surpᴀssed her expectations as the pair became husband and wife about four years after the interview.
Aniston and her husband have waxed strong since their wedding in 2015, and they certainly know how to keep the fire burning. In 2016, the duo scheduled a private trip to Eleuthera, Bahamas. There, they visited Pink Sand Beach over the weekend.
The actress dressed in a comfortable ʙικιɴι, showing off much of her skin. Her clothing included a black swimming top paired with blue bottoms.
Theroux matched his wife’s summer energy in khaki shorts, a black face cap, and sunglᴀsses. He strutted up and down the beach, flaunting his toned abs and tattoos.
Following the rumors, ET reached out to Aniston and her husband for their comments, but they remained unresponsive.
The on-screen star called for a reform in cultural standards, adding that this aspect should be viewed differently. She also criticized the media for their role in it.
However, Aniston’s spokesperson debunked the gossip. “What you see is her having just enjoyed a delicious big lunch and feeling safe on private property,” the rep stated.
When the actress felt it was time to address the issue, she scripted a lengthy essay defending her natural body and standing up for women in general.
Aniston claimed she had been offline during the rumors but felt fed up with the stories flying around. Indeed, the “Friends” alum is not active on social media.
She does not have a Twitter or Instagram account, but she decided to publish her side of the story via a Huffpost post. She began by clarifying that she was not pregnant. In her words:
“For the record, I am not pregnant. What I am is fed up. I’m fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of ‘journalism,’ the ‘First Amendment’ and ‘celebrity news.’”
Aniston confessed that she and her husband had been severely harᴀssed by pH๏τographers who aggressively sought to maintain pictures of her in her home.
The on-screen star called for a reform in cultural standards, adding that this aspect should be viewed differently. She also berated the media for their role in it. She maintained:
“We use celebrity “news” to perpetuate this dehumanizing view of females, focused solely on one’s physical appearance, which tabloids turn into a sporting event of speculation.”
Fans agreed with the actress and chimed in words of support for her. Funnily enough, her message has lingered for years, as last year, one of her fans took to Twitter to share a montage of the Intouch front page, bearing a pool of false baby news about the actress. The Twitter user wrote: