Jennifer Anniston’s brave admission after IVF puts her fertility naysayers to shame | Tech US News


JENNIFER ANISTON is an A-lister of A-listers.

Her radiant beauty and deft comedic timing ignited a stellar career that shows no signs of abating.

This week, Jennifer Aniston revealed that she had been trying to get pregnant through IVF for years


This week, Jennifer Aniston revealed that she had been trying to get pregnant through IVF for yearsCredit: Getty

She has dazzled and entertained for over 30 years in films such as Bruce Almighty and Cake and her breakthrough role as Rachel Green in Friends.

But that was never good enough for some, who venomously gossiped and whispered about why she never had children.

Was she simply selfish or too obsessed with her career?

And did her first husband Brad Pitt leave her because she refused to give him a child?

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Now, aged 53, she has broken her silence on the matter, revealing that she had unsuccessful IVF treatment but that “the ship has sailed”.

She revealed: “All the years and years of speculation . . . it was really hard.

“I went through IVF, drank Chinese teas, if you like.”

Her lucrative string of Hollywood blockbusters may have hinted at a gilded life away from the cameras.

In fact, she suffered silently and at that time she felt unable to tell her fans the pain she was going through.

I am always annoyed by the endless, constant and intrusive speculation about Jennifer’s fertility.

After all, whose business is it not hers whether she has a child or not?

Don’t forget her long, prolific and impressive career.

People can’t seem to stop asking Jennifer over the years why she didn’t become a mom.

And on Jennifer’s behalf, I resent the tacit implication that a woman is somehow incomplete or incomplete until she has a child.

It turns out that far from having the ruthless audacity to put her career ahead of her children – an accusation often hurled in her direction – she was indeed trying to have a baby through IVF.

Hearing her finally tell people she’s childless breaks my heart.

“Trying” for a baby if it doesn’t happen within a few months can be a huge challenge – even if no one knows you’re trying.

But imagine trying to conceive through IVF while all around you the world is buzzing with questions about why you haven’t had a baby; whether you wanted one or—what a crime—you were too ruthlessly ambitious to become a mother.

During a period of acute emotional stress, she struggled to get pregnant at a time when snipers suggested it was the last thing she wanted to do.

In an interview with Allure magazine, Jennifer said: “I would give anything if someone said to me, ‘Freeze your eggs. Do yourself a favor’.

‘The ship has sailed’

“You just don’t think. So here I am today. The ship has sailed.”

She said her struggles have allowed her to be “so grateful for all those shy things”.

She added: “Otherwise I would have been stuck as this person who was so scared, so nervous, so unsure of who she was.

“And now I don’t care.”

I’m not sure I completely believe she cares.

I think if your heart is longing for a baby, then there’s really only one thing that’s going to make you itch.

But regardless of what’s going on behind the scenes, and regardless of how she really feels about the situation, she’s done a pretty damn good job of just getting on with things and having a great life without the baby she clearly craved.

She didn’t need to tell the world about her IVF experience.

But I think the fact that she has it will definitely help other women.

The fact that she has continued to do such high-profile work under high pressure while going through such a challenging time is impressive.

Many will be grateful to her for reminding the world that IVF does not always work.

Well done to her for deciding to open up and share her news with the world.

It proves that behind the glitz of the seemingly perfect lives, A-listers like Jennifer are hurting just like the rest of us.


I couldn’t have been the only one who raised an eyebrow when Boy George got morally up in arms about Matt Hancock going into the TV jungle.

Did he forget his spell in prison?

The pop star lamented that he didn’t know if he wanted to stay in the jungle with Matt, saying: “You know, at the beginning of the pandemic, my mom was in the hospital.

“I wasn’t allowed to see her. I thought she was going to die.

“I tweeted at Greenwich Hospital saying ‘Please look after my mum’. . . I feel like I don’t want to sit here, like I’m having fun with him.”

Of course I feel sorry for George’s mother.

And as I wrote last week, Matt has real questions to answer about his I’m A Celeb appearance.

But I think it’s a bit rich to be so sacrilegious when you’re not exactly a perfect role model yourself.


I CAN’T get rid of Ed Miliband saying British taxpayers should pay “compensation” for the Industrial Revolution.

What the hell is he talking about? And what planet are Labor on?

Ed Miliband claims British taxpayers should pay


Ed Miliband Claims British Taxpayers Should Pay ‘Compensation’ For Industrial Revolution Is Just RidiculousCredit: Reuters

The shadow climate change secretary’s claim is simply ridiculous.

Ed apparently failed to notice that we are all broke right now. Every penny counts.

To apologize and atone for the industrial revolution with huge sums of money is crazy.

We should definitely all be looking to a greener future instead of worrying about the past.

If this is the policy that Labor has, then we should all be very concerned.

A brave move

My heart went out to Emma Thompson this week when she said she was “totally blind” to the fact that her ex-husband Kenneth Branagh was having an affair with Helena Bonham Carter.

This finally ended their six-year marriage in 1995.

The duplicitous duo began their relationship when they co-starred in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in 1994.

It was a long time ago, but this kind of betrayal is sure to sting.

It’s brave of Emma to talk about it.

A youthful Demi looks like a little Moore over 30 years old

CAN we check her birth certificate?

I can’t get over the fact that Demi Moore just turned 60 when she looks half her age.

Demi Moore just turned 60 and looks half her age


Demi Moore just turned 60 and looks half her ageCredit: Getty

Apparently, her youthful appearance is due to a mixture of gratitude, completely alcohol-free and positive thoughts.

Pull another one, Demi.


I WAS surprised to learn this week that there is a “whisper list” of around 40 politicians to keep at arm’s length in Westminster.

The list, which apparently includes two former cabinet ministers, includes people known for “bullying or sexual misconduct”.

Labor MP Charlotte Nichols claims she was warned never to have a drink with or be alone with any of the MPs on the 'whisper list'.


Labor MP Charlotte Nichols claims she was warned never to have a drink with or be alone with any of the MPs on the ‘whisper list’.

This was revealed by Labor MP Charlotte Nichols, who claimed she was warned never to drink or be alone with people on it.

Nichols said the list is “not 100 percent” complete, as someone who most people would consider “good and safe” left her facing a harrowing ordeal.

There is something terribly wrong here – the very idea that sexually inappropriate behavior is so common and so accepted that women feel the only way to protect themselves from sexual predators in the workplace is to keep a list.

It is necessary to stop

Nichols added: “We all know [who they are] and nothing gets done, and they keep going around doing their job — and there’s this kind of culture of impunity.”

The really sad and angry thing about this story is that Nichols said she would have a “perfect job” if it weren’t for the abuse online and the “culture of toxicity” in Westminster itself.

In other words, it is enough to make women think twice about going into politics at a time when they are desperately needed.

Another senior Tory MP, who did not want to be named, said last week she had been warned to steer clear of male journalists in Parliament and wished women “didn’t have to share that kind of information – but we do”.

Without in any way blaming women who choose to take this approach, it needs to stop.

This kind of behavior needs to be reported, sorted and called out.

This is how we can face them.

Do anything. . . except nothing.


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