Aniston doesn’t have a womb full of babies. She’s not planning for a baby with Justin Theroux. She doesn’t need a baby to be happy. And her own fans are “very narrow-minded” for believing that she wants to start a family (the tabloid stories are of Aniston’s own making but, in all fairness, it’s been a while since she played the baby card… since Fall, she’s denied being desperate for a baby and she’s denied being pregnant in three different interviews months apart).
In this interview, Aniston tells King that a baby isn’t a measure of achievement nor happiness: “That doesn’t measure the level of my happiness or my success in my life, in my achievements, in any of that… [I don't give] a crap what other people think… [I'm happier] than I’ve ever been… I feel great. I feel like I’m 30. I honestly didn’t start to feel my best until was in my 30s. Physically, I started eating better and taking better care of my body, in terms of being physical and exercise. I think it’s important every year to celebrate your birthday and be excited about it. I’m 43 and it’s great.”