Per the source:
“She’s doing her thing exactly the way she wants to do it and really enjoying life,” the insider explains, noting that the Friends alum “believes that whatever her path is, it will present itself the way it should.”
Let’s never forget that the only public comment Jen’s made so far on the split is a thing of beauty — “First, with all due respect, I’m not heartbroken.”
I mean, at this point, does anyone really think Jennifer Aniston, the patron saint of self-sufficient mega-rich women everywhere, is sitting around feeling sorry for herself?
Her career is thriving (Dumplin’ looks really good) she never has to work again if she doesn’t want to, she can be picky about what roles she takes, and she has access to basically every creature comfort she could ever think of. She’s absolutely living her best life—and I seriously doubt she’s missing Justin Theroux that much, especially because he looks like the type of guy who would put his dirty boots up on her beige couch.
Look, I don’t know Jennifer Aniston or Justin Theroux, but I can all but guarantee you that Justin’s entirely black wardrobes did not go with her tastefully decorated home in a neutral palate (Jen does not seem like the type to have bold colors at home.)
Furthermore, I’m sure she finds it to be a relief that his “shocking” avant-garde art that he bought to show the world he is king of the Cool Guys of New York ™ no longer hangs in her house and she can go back to living in her space her way.
Will the media keep trotting out the trope of sad, childless Jen living all alone in her mansion? Oh, for sure.
…But here’s the thing, she appears to have a solid group of close female friends to hang with and go on lavish vacations with, more money than she could ever possibly use, and seemingly is in good health. Does anyone actually believe at this point that she’s anything but totally content with her life, and happy with where she is?
Personally, I find it refreshing that a woman is publicly stating that she’s incredibly happy being single, childless, and living her best life without a man around.
They say a life well lived is the best revenge—and if that’s the case, Jennifer Aniston is clearly getting the last laugh at the tabloids who love to portray her life as something, which is blindingly clear to even the most casual observer, it’s not.
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