Jennifer Aniston REVEALS personality traits she is looking for in a partner

Jennifer Aniston got candid about her love life during an interview. The actress was asked about the personality traits she looks for in a partner. Read below to know what Jen had to say.
Jennifer Aniston divulges details on what she is looking for in a partner.Jennifer Aniston divulges details on what she is looking for in a partner.
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Jennifer Aniston is a bonafide actress with a confident career graph to boast about. However, the actress' personal life has always been a topic of grave public discussion. The FRIENDS star was once one half of the cutest power couple along with Brad Pitt. However, the pair got divorced in 2005. Then there was Justin Theroux. It seemed as though the lovebugs were potential endgame but they too ended their marriage in 2018. Now, the actress is very much single in spite of rampant rumours of a reconciliation with Pitt.

In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, Jennifer was asked about her love life to which the actress stated that when love comes knocking, she would welcome it with open arms. Jen shared that she isn't hardened by her past. Furthermore, when Aniston was asked what are the personality traits she is looking for in a man, the actress revealed, "A sense of humor. Strong sense of self-worth, confidence, kindness, generosity. Good people surrounding them…" Also, Jennifer does not believe in soulmates. Instead, she thinks we all have soul clusters.

We wonder if love will come knocking a third time for Jen. We certainly hope so!

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Meanwhile, Brad was recently asked by a cameraman to give a comment on the dating speculations with Jennifer. A flabergasted Pitt simply laughed off the question stating, "Oh my God!"

The rumours became especially rampant when Brad arrived at Jennifer's 50th birthday bash, in LA, in February 2019. It was the first time, the ex-couple was publicly spotted at the same time, amicably.

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