Jennifer Aniston looks simply stunning as she suits up in a slew of sexy, skin-baring gowns for ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ as she opens up about her ‘normal’ married life with Justin Theroux — and she even shared the secret that makes her feel so ‘lucky’ in love!
Jennifer Aniston, 47, looked sexy and chic as she suited up in a slew of high-fashion frocks from the likes of Alexander McQueen to Anthony Vaccarello and Versus Versace for the April cover shoot for Harper’s Bazaar magazine — and the interview proved to be just as telling as she candidly opened up about why her marriage with Justin Theroux, 44, is so much fun!
Jen and Justin are both hysterical in their own right — and their ability to make each other laugh is what makes their marriage so much fun. “Married life is so normal and fun and not much different. We felt married for so long… I’m lucky because Justin is the funniest person I’ve met, and we make each other laugh. Laughter is one of the great keys to staying youthful,” she said.
Jen also opened up about why she feels so confident in her 40s. “I feel better in my 40s. Not only do you feel better in your body physically, but you’re mentally better. Because, say, in your 20s, you didn’t know shit. For me, in my 30s I was just trying to figure it all out. Then when you hit 40, you’re like, ‘Oh, okay. I got this.’ There are women who’ve hit 50 who are stunners, like shocking. We just take better care of ourselves,” she said.
The star may be amazing in rom-coms, but the talented actress really showed her versatility when she took on the role of a woman in chronic pain in the film Cake — and it definitely isn’t easy to break out of a mold. “I can do other things. I feel a sense of freedom that I hadn’t necessarily felt before. Also, you have to start taking chances in an industry that’s very insecure about taking chances on people,” she said. “People forget who actors are. They say, ‘You’re too known to play that part. You can’t disappear.’ And we’re like, ‘Give us a chance. We’ll disappear.’”
She also shared her thoughts on social meida. “We work so hard to maintain some sort of life and privacy, why would we intentionally put ourselves out there? It’s like you’re on TV or on a movie screen. [Fans] see you, hold their phone right up to your face, and take a picture. I’m like, I’m standing right here with a pulse! It’s sweet, though, just…different,” she said.
For more from Jen, be sure to scoop up the latest issue of the magazine when it hits newsstands on March 22.