Forty-eight-year-old actress and businesswoman Jennifer Aniston got straight to people’s hearts in the nineties when she played Rachel Greene in Friends. Although she is now happily married to 46-year-actor Justin Theroux since 2015, her previous marriage to 53-year-old Brad Pitt was a huge part of her life. In 2000, after two years of dating, Jennifer and Brad tied the knot during a lavish ceremony in Malibu. However, breaking the hearts of millions of fans, the Hollywood fairytale couple ended their marriage in 2005, after Brad’s alleged romance with his co-star Angelina Jolie. In the same year, Jennifer appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show just one month before her divorce became final. She shared a powerful moment that we all remember today.
Divorce is hard, especially if it’s public, like it was the case with Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt. For many people, they were the perfect couple, but it seemed that Brad had found a new love on the set of the movie Mr. And Mrs. Smith. It’s hard to believe that people continue to talk about Brad and Jen’s relationship even today. This came after Brad and Angelina Jolie announced they are getting divorced fourteen months ago.
Back in 2005, Jennifer appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to talk about her divorce and how is she preparing for her single life. This happened a month before the divorce became final.
The actress was brave enough to sit down on TV with millions of people watching her every move. That’s when she shared something extraordinary. Something probably no one expected. She recalled the exact moment she found an incredible sense of peace.
The story went like his. She and her girlfriend were sitting, stretching, and chatting. Suddenly, Jennifer looked over at her friend and had an epiphany. She felt that she is in the right place ‘at total peace’ with the present. This changed her perspective on life.
That epiphany moment is pretty inspiring, considering news of her divorce was making international headlines at the time.
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