Jennifer Aniston 'open' to love after public splits with Justin Theroux and Brad Pitt: 'It’s absolutely a beautiful thing'
Two years after taking the holy vows, the Friends star ended her marriage to the Parks and Recreation actor. Now, after two sensational splits, Aniston is ready to get back in the game.
Jennifer Aniston, who split from Justin Theroux in 2017, says she is finally "open" to finding love once again.
Two years after taking the holy vows, the Friends star ended her marriage to the 'Parks and Recreation' actor. Earlier she had been in a much publicized relationship with actor Brad Pitt. Now, after two sensational splits, Aniston is ready to get back in the game.
The 50-year-old recently spoke about the prospect of falling in love once again.
"Because it’s fantastic. It’s absolutely a beautiful thing," she told People. "I mean I also think it’s the way we really get to know ourselves by being vulnerable enough to let love in."
Aniston explained that it is always "worth it" despite loving several people.
"Even when it’s scary, even when it hurts. It’s always going to be worth it," she said.
"I also feel for people that have really calloused up around it and just won’t let it in anymore. What missed opportunities," she continued. "I’ve loved many people. And I love that even the cracks in those loves are still beautiful. I wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for each and every one of them. My friendships keep me true and they keep me real… And vice versa. It’s a beautiful exchange."
The stunning blonde also chimed in on the prospect of a Friends reunion in the near future. Ever since ending credits rolled on the final episode of the sitcom, fans have been calling for a reboot.
However, the actress said she knows "nothing" about plans to rekindle the show and refused to be drawn into the debate.
"And I will just continue with… we’re trying," she told People. "It’s a never-ending question, isn’t it? What else could make a group of six actors feel more proud?"
"It’s bringing people joy on a daily basis," she added.