Jennifer Aniston Covers Elle: 'There's No Desperation' to Have a Baby (PHOTO)

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Jennifer Aniston is once again in the center of the spotlight this week thanks to the November issue of Elle, in which the Emmy-winning Friends star talks everything from throwing chairs at directors to babies.

"There's no desperation," she said, when asked about her baby plans. "If it's meant to be, it's meant to be. I'm at peace with whatever the plan is. But will you hate me if I say I don't want to talk about my relationship?" (The relationship she was referring to, of course, is the one she has with actor Justin Theroux.)

As for her thoughts on plastic surgery, Jen said, "I'm all for a little something here and there – fine. It doesn't matter to me if people have plastic surgery or they don't, or if they do Botox. But when people don’t look like themselves anymore, that's when you kind of go, 'Oooh,' and it's kind of sad. It's uncomfortable for us, but if they're happy with what they see in the mirror, does it matter?"

Meanwhile, proving she's actually human and not some larger-than-life tabloid figure, Jen opened up about a recent fight with an unnamed director, which led to her throwing a chair at him. "It wasn't my proudest moment," she said. "He was treating a script supervisor horribly … When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, 'You can’t speak to people like that.' I can’t tolerate it."

For more on Jennifer Ansiton, be sure to pick up the November issue of Elle.



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  • Tellar Calcagno
    Tellar Calcagno

    I can certainly relate to her. So far, unfortunately, I’ve been dealing with men with no backbone, who make promises they cannot keep. A lot of men can’t handle a strong woman. I won’t cry for all the hunger in my heart. I’m dying to have a baby. In fact, my biological clock is already ticking and I don’t know how to describe it. It’s just becoming a physical need now. I am a 34 year old divorced woman with a young daughter but I’m excited to see what the future brings.