Jennifer Aniston feels her marriages to Brad Pitt, Justin Theroux were 'successful'

Actor added that she would never stay in a relationship out of fear of the situation


Entertainment Desk December 09, 2018
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Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston's love life has always come under the radar. The actor was married to superstar Brad Pitt for five years, before calling it quits. She later began dating Justin Theroux and tied the knot with him in 2015, splitting up earlier this year. Many believe that the star can't find herself a good man. However, in a latest interview with Elle magazine, Jennifer said that she considers both her marriages to be very successful.

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Still taking on life with a positive attitude, the Friends star stated, "I don’t feel a void. My marriages, they’ve been very successful - in my personal opinion. And when they came to an end, it was a choice that was made because we chose to be happy and sometimes happiness didn’t exist within that arrangement anymore."

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Jennifer added that there were bumps in her relationships and not every moment felt fantastic, but at the end of it, she would not stay in a situation out of fear.

The 49-year-old actor also wants to change the perception of women who choose not to have children or get married. She continued, "We live in a society that teaches women, 'By this age, you should be married; by this age, you should have children.' That’s a fairy tale. That’s the mold we’re slowly trying to break out of."

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Jennifer explained that she is now done with misogyny. She concluded, "That’s part of sexism—it’s always the woman who’s scorned and heartbroken and a spinster. It’s never the opposite."

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