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Jennifer Aniston pregnancy rumours won’t go away

According to the tabloids, Jennifer Aniston has been pregnant every other month for the last few years.

But even though her agent has categorically denied that the 43-year-old is pregnant, rumours she and fiancé Justin Theroux are expecting a child have gained momentum over the past few weeks. The speculation began when Jen rapidly stepped up construction on the Bel Air home she is currently renovating, and pulled out of two future movie projects.

The rumours were further fuelled when Jen stepped out recently holding a bag across her tummy and appeared to have gained weight in her face and breasts. At her recent engagement party, sources say the actress avoided alcohol and avoided raw fish.

Jen hasn’t hidden her desire to be a mum, but has always claimed that she will be open when she becomes pregnant. “I’ll be singing from the mountain top,” said Jen in a past interview. “Let me have the moment where I get to say, yes, in fact, I’m having a baby. I just want to say, ‘Everybody, relax! It’s going to happen.”

Another celebrity rumoured to be expecting is Jessica Simpson.The star, who gave birth to her first child Maxwell in May, has been hiding her figure over the past few weeks and has reportedly given up on her Weight Watchers diet. Us Weekly reports that Jessica was spotted at the Polo Lounge in Beverly Hills on December 2 chowing down on some greasy food. “Jessica ordered a grilled cheese sandwich with onion rings,” says an observer, adding that Jessica also stayed away from her “usual white sangria”.

Beyonce is another mum rumoured to be pregnant again. The singer has been spotted out and about in loose-fitting outfits over the past few weeks and has made no secret she plans to have another child. “There’s a buzz that she may be pregnant,” a source told Life & Style.

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