After the announcement of “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston and Hollywood actor and producer Justin Theroux’s divorce, speculations regarding the reasons behind their decision become rife around the world.
However, according to a recent exclusive report by Page Six, Jennifer’s hatred of New York doomed her marriage to Justin.
Quoting a friend of Aniston, the outlet reported that the actor had tried to move to Manhattan, New York after her relationship with the 46-year-old Justin. Aniston, however, “couldn’t deal with the paparazzi and the pokey apartment,” and went back to her private Bel Air estate at Los Angeles.
“Jennifer is more comfortable in Los Angeles with her close-knit group of friends,” said the source, adding, “But Justin doesn’t feel as at home in LA, nor with Jennifer’s friends, he loves New York, and the edgier crowd in the city.”
The couple married in 2015 after dating for five years and spent a lot of time apart for their work. According to the source, this distance made things complicated between them and both were getting busier with their work.
Justin’s upcoming films, “On the Basis of Sex,” “Mute” and “The Spy Who Dumped Me” were in the works and Jennifer, who still earns millions from product deals and “Friends” reruns, had her next movie in hands which is a comedy called “Dumplin.”
When they announced their split on Thursday, both their reps told the press that the decision was initiated by Justin.
On the other hand after the news of Jennifer being single again, the internet went on fire with speculating that Brad Pitt and her, who broke up back in 2005, will get back together.
Aniston and Pitt had one of the most famous breakups in Hollywood history, and he went on to a relationship with his "Mr and Mrs Smith" co-star Angelina Jolie and created “Brangelina,” one of the most celebrated couples in history. Jolie filed a divorce from Pitt in 2016 after a decade as a couple and both being parents to six children.
Now that Pitt and Aniston are both single again the social media is rooting for their reunion.