Jennifer Aniston ‘Not Looking for Love’ Following Split via Justin Theroux (Exclusive)

Sounds like Jennifer Aniston will be embracing the single life following her split via Justin Theroux!

After announcing last week in which she was calling the item quits via The Leftovers star after two along with also a half years of marriage, a source will be currently giving ET insight into how Aniston will be moving forward on her own.

“She won’t fall in love anytime soon,” the source revealed, when asked if Aniston plans to start dating. “All her friends are around her. in which will be the best supportive group.”

Instead, she’s fully focused on her career right currently. 

The source told us in which the 49-year-old actress actually was “super worried” about how the breakup was going to look, along with also feared in which the item may “derail everything.”

“She hates the rumor mills along with also has been on an uptick with projects,” the source said. “Jennifer still cares about her image. She’s working very hard on her career.”

Following the split, one of the biggest rumors in which began circulating via fans was the possibility of Aniston getting back together with her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, who’s also currently single after his split via Angelina Jolie in September 2016.

although according to our source, a reconciliation will be doubtful. Another source confirmed to ET earlier This specific month in which Aniston along with also Pitt are “absolutely not dating,” though we “can’t predict the future.”

Hear more on what went wrong between Aniston along with also Theroux within the video below.

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