As we all now, the relationship between Jennifer Aniston and her late mother Nancy Dow was not the best, unfortunately. As it seems, the current relationship with her father is not that great either. Even though he is ill, that doesn’t seem to bring up her compassion and to make her improve her relationship with her father.
Apparently, Jennifer’s decision of not having a baby upset her father as he really wanted to have a grandchild. The actress is already 47 years old, and insiders from the family told several publications that the father is quite disappointed with the actual situation.
The same sources declared that John, Jennifer’s father, has been waiting for the big news ever since she married Brad Pitt back in 2000. However, the divorce in 2005 made the possibility of having a child with Brad Pitt impossible. But even so, the father did not lose hope and remained on the barricades with the current husband Justin Theroux.
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Despite her or her father’s wishes, time is passing by and it seems the Jennifer Aniston is now fearing that she’s too old to have a baby. Of course, the chances of having a baby naturally are quite small and would imply lots of risks both for her health and the baby’s. On the other hand, she is not too willing to use in vitro or fertilization route either.
Apparently, Jennifer has considered in the past adopting a child, just like her friend Sheryl Crow did. Sadly, her professional life has been really busy and in the quest for one project after the other, it seems that the actress didn’t find time to take care of this.
The actress herself declared that having a baby is not necessarily on her checklist, and she feels that she was a mother for many things. Even though Jennifer has a younger half-brother who has both a daughter and a son, he is not that close to her father, so he cannot enjoy his grandchildren.