‘Jen loves kids and has had plenty of practise,’ they claim adding that she’s ‘already gone through the adoption process and they have ‘assured her that it’s the best decision she’s ever made’.
‘Jen is going through this with complete confidence,’ adds the source.
The report comes as Brad admitted in an interview with GQ that during the "late '90s or early 2000s' - the years that he was with Jennifer - he was ‘failing to live as interesting a life’ as he thought he could. Now that he's free of his old vices, he feels free to embrace the future with renewed passion.
Brad discussed his motivation for taking on the role of stuntman Cliff Booth in the Quentin Tarantino film, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio as Rick Dalton.
‘Well, it’s about bringing my personal experience, my personal humour, my personal, um, embarrassments, and my personal pains’" he explained. ‘When I watch [Christian] Bale or [Tom] Hardy, I can’t do what they do. I love watching them. And I couldn’t step into that role. I want to do the same thing on my end.’
The 55-year-old revealed that he had told co-star Leonardo that he didn't feel that he was living an interesting life during the '90s and '2000s.
Brad also told the publication that he still enjoyed acting, but he didn't want to centre his life around it anymore or live through his roles.
‘There was just too much emphasis on finding interesting characters. I went, “F*** me, man. Live an interesting life and the rest will take care of itself”’ Like, “You go out and you…live an interesting life. Get out and have real experiences.” And that is what informs the work. Not going to find the interesting work and then trying to make it up. I just became more conscious of how I was living versus what I was living for.’
Jennifer Aniston has yet to publicly comment on American OK! magazine's claims.