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Jennifer Aniston: still in love with Pitt?

Jennifer Aniston expressed the feelings to Brad Pitt about which she has never told before. In her interview to Vanity Fair Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston said she would love her ex-boyfriend Brad Pitt “for the rest of her life”. It hurts her to see Pitt’s relationship with Angelina Jolie.

Aniston tells September's Vanity Fair, on stands Friday: "Am I lonely? Yes. Am I upset? Yes. Am I confused? Yes. Do I have my days when I've thrown a little pity party for myself? Absolutely. But I'm also doing really well," according to USA Today.

But the idea that Aniston, 36, was stalling on starting a family with Pitt, 41, gets the actress fuming. "I've never in my life said I didn't want to have children. I did, and I do, and I will!"

She's forgiving of Pitt, even though they no longer talk, and she says she believes him when he says he did not sleep with Jolie before the marriage broke up in January.

She is completely single and excited about it, saying, "I like a lot of people, but I am so not 'in like' with anybody."

Aniston said owning a comfortable couch is what she enjoys most about being single, Boston Herald says.

But the real question remains: how does Aniston feel about Pitt's new lover?

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