In a 2006 interview with Vanity Fair, Jennifer Aniston civilly declares that she and Brad Pitt exited their relationship as fantastically as they entered it. And regardless of the “hurt,” “anger,” and “embarrassment,” the Friends actress admits to going via, she nonetheless doesn’t have regrets about her marriage to Pitt. In reality, regardless of all the heartache she skilled, Aniston admits that she’s going to all the time love her ex-husband for the remainder of their lives.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston had ‘so much fun falling in love’
According to Aniston, she tells Vanity Fair that she and Pitt had “so much fun falling in love.” The Along Came Polly actress admits that a few of the greatest moments of their relationship have been after they stored it non-public from the press. She reveals the 2 had been collectively lengthy earlier than the media picked up on their courtship, and in accordance with Aniston, these occasions have been the best.
Like every other couple, they’d spend their time watching TV, cuddling, and ordering takeout. As Pitt’s safety guard reveals, the 2 have been head over heels in love and by no means fought. According to Angelina: An Unauthorized Biography, Pitt has known as Aniston a “fireplace” as a result of she “provides the warmth.” He provides, “We all kind of crowd around her like moths to the flame. She’s like a magnet. She brings a lot of people together in that way.”
But sadly, issues of their relationship grew to become difficult. And in accordance with Aniston, “things changed.”
Jennifer Aniston nonetheless feels so fortunate for her marriage with Brad Pitt
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According to Aniston in her Vanity Fair interview, she has no regrets about her relationship with Pitt. She even says that she feels so fortunate to have skilled their marriage and can love him for the remainder of their lives. Aniston spills,
“I still feel so lucky to have experienced it. I wouldn’t know what I know now if I hadn’t been married to Brad,” she admits. “I love Brad; I really love him. I will love him for the rest of my life. He’s a fantastic man. I don’t regret any of it, and I’m not going to beat myself up about it. We spent seven very intense years together; we taught each other a lot—about healing and about fun. We helped each other through a lot, and I really value that. It was a beautiful, complicated relationship.”
Aniston then admits that she doesn’t like how her marriage to Pitt has been decreased to a Hollywood cliché. She tells the journal, “The sad thing, for me, is the way it’s been reduced to a Hollywood cliché—or maybe it’s just a human cliché. I have a lot of compassion for everyone going through this.”
Therapy and shut associates helped Jennifer Aniston get via the breakup
Luckily for Aniston, she has a fantastic circle of associates who had her again through the public break up she and Pitt skilled. The Friends actress additionally reveals she is a big fan of remedy, and that it has helped her immensely throughout their divorce.
Aniston reveals to Vanity Fair, “Am I lonely? Yes. Am I upset? Yes. Am I confused? Yes. Do I have my days when I’ve thrown a little pity party for myself? Absolutely. But I’m also doing really well,” she says. “I’ve got an unbelievable support team, and I’m a tough cookie.… I believe in therapy; It’s an incredible tool in educating the self on the self. I feel very strong. I’m really proud of how I’ve conducted myself.”