Jennifer Aniston Pregnant With Twins: Her IVF Miracle — Report

Is Jennifer Aniston expecting a baby? After enduring months of intense IVF treatments, the actress is reportedly pregnant-- with twins! We've got all the deets! Jennifer Aniston, 46, married longtime love, Justin Theroux, 44, in August, but that's not all the couple has to be happy about. Actually, after almost a year of in vitro fertilization treatments, Jen had learned just before her wedding day that she was expecting twins, according to a new report. The news reportedly comes as nothing short of a miracle, as Justin and Jen had allegedly given up hope on ever having a baby.

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“It’s heartbreaking to go through all that [IVF] and still not get a baby at the end of it,” a source told Ok. “Jen was so concerned that it would never happen that she had kind of convinced herself that she’d be happy even if motherhood wasn’t in her future.”

Alas, motherhood reportedly is in Jen’s future– and fatherhood in Justin’s! When Jen received the good news from her doctor, she came up with a super special way to tell her hubby he was going to be a dad, according to the report. “She cooked him a romantic dinner, and afterward, she told him that she had a special surprise. Then she showed him the test results. He was very emotional– he actually cried a little! Jen was so touched.”

Of course, when Jen broke the news to Justin, they were both still in for another massive surprise: that they are going to reportedly have two babies! “Justin was in Texas filming” when Jen found out, per the report. “So she sent him a text with a picture of the ultrasound and joked that they were going to have double trouble.”

So cute! Cuter yet, the couple reportedly already knows that both babies are girls– and have even tossed around some names! Lila and Ava currently top the list, according to the report, “after one of her icons, the glamorous Old Hollywood star, Ava Gardner.”

What do you think about Jen and Justin’s “double trouble”? Do you believe the report?

— Casey Mink

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