The rumors about the renewed romance between Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt have been going on for years since they split from their respective spouses. Now, the rumors have been focused on how the two, allegedly, live their life together and the latest of it is that Aniston is, reportedly, willing to give up alcohol so she could have a child with Pitt.
According to NW, the Friends actress is so committed to her renewed romance with Pitt that she is seriously considering giving up alcohol. A source of the tabloid alleged that Jen has no problem skipping her evening glass of wine because she is hoping to get pregnant with Brad's baby.
"Having a child with Brad is a big priority, but being happy with Brad is even bigger - she knows what this means to him," the insider alleged.
NW's story seems to be familiar for those who are following the gossip about Brad and Jen. Back in February, the Globe also made a claim that the Once Upon A Time in Hollywood actor has been forcing Aniston to quit drinking. The tabloid claimed Pitt is no longer comfortable being around people who drink, even if it's Jen.
This, allegedly, forced Pitt to give an ultimatum to Aniston to choose between him and her alcohol. The actor has been keeping his sobriety since his split with Angelina Jolie in 2016.
Aniston's spokesperson denied at the time the claim about Jen's drinking habit and so as the NW's latest story. Gossip Cop also pointed out that the Ad Astra acto couldn't dictate Aniston on how she lives her life as they are not dating.
Several reputation outlets have confirmed that Jen and Brad are just friends as seen in their recent very public interaction at the SAG Awards. The former couple did not rekindle romance even though Pitt has been spotted attending several parties that Jen hosted.
As to the issue of having kids, Aniston has addressed it in a couple of interviews. One of which is the Elle Magazine interview in December 2018.
The Morning Show actress said at the time that she wasn't sure if she would have her own children. Jen admitted that the prospect of having kids always felt "frightening" for her. However, Aniston is not closing her door of the possibility of having a baby of her own but hinted about an alternative way.
"Who knows what the future holds in terms of a child and a partnership- how that child comes in...or doesn't? And now with science and miracles, we can do things at different times than we used to be able to," she told the magazine.