Jennifer Aniston “Hiding Baby Bump” Claim NOT True
Jennifer Aniston is NOT “hiding her baby bump,” despite a new report from one of the tabloids. Gossip Cop can correct this story, which is a transparent attempt at damage control. Aniston simply doesn’t have a baby bump to hide.
But last week, In Touch announced in a “world exclusive” that Aniston was pregnant and expecting her first baby with Justin Theroux. Gossip Cop was the first to exclusively debunk the report. The actress’ rep confirmed to us point-blank that she was not with child.
So, is the magazine now admitting it was wrong? Hardly. Rather than acknowledging its mistake, In Touch has a new story in Wednesday’s new edition all about how Aniston is keeping her supposed pregnancy “under wraps.” The outlet claims Aniston’s “bump was on full display” during her recent vacation with Theroux, “but ever since they’ve returned from their private romantic getaway, all Jen has been doing is covering up.”
The tabloid published paparazzi photos of Aniston taken in New York City, and there’s nothing suspicious about them. But because the star didn’t have her midriff showing, it’s said she was “hiding her baby bump.” A so-called “eyewitness” is quoted as saying, “They were in NYC after their trip and every time she stepped out she was using something to cover her stomach.”
It’s not explained how this supposed “eyewitness” managed to see Aniston “every time she stepped out.” But the piece goes on to refer to an alleged “insider,” who says, “It’s still early on in the pregnancy and she’s not ready to announce it yet, so that’s why she’s hiding her bump. Jen’s turning hiding her pregnancy into an art! But she can’t conceal the bump forever, so expect an announcement soon.”
Gossip Cop wouldn’t advise anyone to start holding their breath. Aniston is not pregnant, and In Touch is just making up an excuse to continue its false narrative. It’s an embarrassing flub, and now made all the more worse. And Gossip Cop will be sure to point it out when Aniston does NOT give birth within the next nine months.