Jennifer Aniston adopting a child

Is Jennifer Aniston adopting a child?

Jennifer Aniston is reportedly adopting a baby girl from an orphanage.

The 52-year-old actress has been married twice – to Brad Pitt and Justin Theroux – but has never had children of her own, and is now planning on becoming a mother via adoption.

Sources claim Jennifer has decided to adopt a baby girl from the Casa Hogar Sion orphanage in Mexico, where she has been a long-time supporter.

Jennifer is also reportedly set to break the news to her ‘Friends’ co-stars during their upcoming reunion show.

An insider told Closer magazine: “Jen felt the reunion was the perfect time to make her baby announcement to the whole gang. While the girls already knew – as they see each other regularly – she thought it would be special to tell the boys when they were all together, as she rarely sees them these days due to their busy lives and work commitments.

“Spending almost every waking hour together for a decade, they lived through every detail of each other’s lives and supported each other through all their hard times including Courteney’s fertility struggles and Jen’s painful divorce from Brad Pitt.

“Knowing how much they’ve always wanted this for Jen knowing her history, made it even more poignant for her to tell them her news so they could share and celebrate the milestone chapter in her life.

“They were all overjoyed when she told them – giving her parenting advice, which she said she’d happily take on once she was settled in.”

Jennifer is reportedly set to finish the adoption process by June this year after she got the ball rolling last year.

The actress – who is godmother to Courteney Cox’s 16-year-old daughter Coco – fuelled baby rumours last year when she said she could “see kids” in her future.

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