Jennifer Aniston looks incredible in new shoot as she opens up about her personal life

Dusty Baxter-Wright
Photo credit: Interview magazine

From Cosmopolitan

Jennifer Aniston is having a moment. From her award-winning performance in The Morning Show, to her killer red carpet dresses, and ~that~ backstage reunion with Brad Pitt. It's safe to say we're all kinds of obsessed with her again.

And judging by her latest magazine cover, Jen An is more than happy to give the people what they want, after covering Interview with an incredible shoot. The 51-year-old has set social media alight with the new pictures, which show her in a leather jacket with knee high boots, silk triangle bralet and wet look hair, and a slinky Versace cut out dress.

Fans on social media did little to hold back. "There are actual tears in my eyes she’s so hot," one person wrote, while another added, "She looks amazing!" A third said, "I C O N 🔥", while a fourth (and this is our favourite) said: "Are you selling posters of this?"

Jen was interviewed by longterm friend Sandra Bullock for the piece, and as well as chatting about how they both dated The OC's Tate Donovan ("he seems to have a type!", Jen commented), Jen touched on how the pair's lives have changed since then.

"I think everything happens in its own time, and I think for whatever reason, life had to happen in both of our worlds the way it did," she said.

Sandra then gushed about Jen as a person: "I mean, you can be an asshole but you’re so charming! You really have a way of pushing joy and positivity. You do that in your work, but you also do it so effortlessly with everyone you allow into your home and into your life.

"Anyone who has the honour of being in your home and in your life doesn’t want to leave because it’s safe, it’s emotional, it’s joyous. What is it that allows you to stay buoyant and keep from getting discouraged when things don’t go the right way?"

To which Jen replied, "First of all, that was the sweetest thing anyone has ever said to me. I think that it comes from growing up in a household that was destabilized and felt unsafe, watching adults being unkind to each other, and witnessing certain things about human behavior that made me think: “I don’t want to do that."

As for what she sees in her future, Jen continued, "It's not so much what I see myself doing, but it's more like a little screenshot in my brain, where I hear the ocean, I see the ocean, I hear laughter, I see kids running, I hear ice in a glass, I smell food being cooked.

"That's the joyous snapshot in my head."

Amen to that.

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