Jennifer Aniston reveals she's redecorating Beverly Hills home amid rumors of secret wedding with Brad Pitt
Jennifer Aniston recently gave her fans a glimpse into her home, which she has been busy redecorating as she practices social distancing amid the coronavirus.
Appearing on the home edition of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' she virtually invited the late-night host into her Beverly Hills home. Through the video link, her fans got to see her stylish living room, which featured a gold embroidered wall hanging and a large cream armchair. The room also had a black shelf filled with photos.
The 'Friends' star revealed that she loved to paint and had recently ordered some art supplies online. However, while placing the order, she said she made a bit of a blunder. "I thought I had ordered paint by numbers, but what I actually ordered was the actual painting," she said.
She also told Kimmel that she wanted to her get her hands on a painting that could not easily be identified. The sole purpose was to make it difficult for her friends to guess what she was painting when she tried to imitate the painting. After searching for such artwork, she came across the painting of a frog playing golf.
"When you see this painting, it was more about I wanted to make it as hard as possible to guess what it was. So don't think this… well, it's lovely…" she said, which caused Kimmel to break out in laughter.
"So are you going to hang that up?" the talk show host asked humorously.
Aniston has collaborated with designer Stephen Shadley to transform the 1970s property into her dream home that she was really proud of. The house includes a movie theatre, an outdoor swimming pool, and a luxury bathroom.
The interview happened days after rumors of Aniston's secret wedding with her former spouse, Brad Pitt, started circulating on the internet. “The wedding is on,” a source told Life and Style, as reported by New Idea. “They are getting married in Cabo and this time they will keep it under wraps until the affair has happened.”
The report further added that the pair were keen on keeping the ceremony on the down-low and get as minimum involvement of the press as possible. “What Brad craves most now is getting settled down and living happily with his soulmate, Jen,” the insider said.
Pitt's family was always fond of the 'Friends' actress and preferred her over Pitt's second wife, Angelina Jolie, any day so the news sits well with them. “Brad’s family are delighted by the wedding news. They’ve been praying for years for him to get back together with Jen," the source said.
Although the report did not mention any tentative date for the wedding -- especially because of the ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus which has led health officials to limit the number of people at any social gathering to no more than 10 -- it did mention that the couple was going to restrict their guest list to just closest buddies, which included Bradley Cooper and Courteney Cox.
"They want it to be romantic and beautiful. The theme will be spiritual and they’ll do handwritten vows,” the insider added. "He’s including the line, it’s you and me until the end of time. The couple are also looking [at] adopting their first child together. It’s a dream come true for Jen to be part of a proper family!”