Details of Jennifer Aniston’s 51st Birthday Bash, Plus: Are Kids in Her Future?

Tuesday night, actress Jennifer Aniston celebrated her 51st birthday with her closest friends at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood.

Some of the big names attending were Courteney Cox, jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer, and writer and producer Molly McNearney.


Courteney arrived with a selection of gift bags from skincare boutique Melanie Grant, home furnishing designer Romo, and beauty line Georgia Louise.

Cox, who was accompanied by a female friend, was also seen carrying a picnic basket with a black water bottle.

Twenty minutes after Courteney came, Jennifer rushed inside with the help of her security guard, who drove her to Sunset Tower in her Range Rover.



The birthday bash reportedly last for more than three hours.

The Sunset Tower was also the location for Jennifer’s 50th birthday celebration, which was attended by ex-husband Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom.

On the same day, Jennifer got lots of love from her friends on Instagram. Courteney posted a pic looking just like Jennifer, writing on Instagram, “No matter how hard you might try… there’s only one Jennifer Aniston. Happy birthday my dear friend @jenniferaniston! I love you!♥️♥️♥️.”

Jennifer’s ex-husband Justin Theroux also wished her a happy birthday on his Instagram Story.



Meyer showed her love for Aniston by writing on Instagram, “A million kisses to my most [email protected] 💋 Happy birthday baby, love you! 💕🍰.”

Earlier in the day, Jennifer’s cover story for Interview magazine was released. In the interview, conducted by Sandra Bullock, she opened up about what she is looking forward to in the future, saying, “It’s not so much what I see myself doing, but it’s more like a little screenshot in my brain, where I hear the ocean, I see the ocean, I hear laughter, I see kids running, I hear ice in a glass, I smell food being cooked. That’s the joyous snapshot in my head.”



As for how she stays positive in life, Jennifer said, “I think that it comes from growing up in a household that was destabilized and felt unsafe, watching adults being unkind to each other, and witnessing certain things about human behavior that made me think: ‘I don’t want to do that. I don’t want to be that. I don’t want to experience this feeling I’m having in my body right now. I don’t want anyone else that I ever come in contact with ever to feel that.”

She added, “So I guess I have my parents to thank. You can either be angry or be a martyr, or you can say, ‘You’ve got lemons? Let’s make lemonade.’”

Source link