Glum-looking Aniston steps out following split

JENNIFER Aniston has been seen with a glum look on her face in her first public appearance since announcing her split from Justin Theroux.

Although Aniston, 49, has been trying to keep a low profile following the split, she stepped out to support her friend of 20 years Jason Bateman at the premier of his new movie, "Game Night".

Jennifer Aniston looking downcast as she leaves the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, where she supported her best friend Jason Bateman on his new film ‘Game Night’. Picture: Mega Agency
Jennifer Aniston looking downcast as she leaves the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, where she supported her best friend Jason Bateman on his new film ‘Game Night’. Picture: Mega Agency

The Hollywood actor was seen looking sullen as she left Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Wednesday night after the premiere, frowning as she entered the carpark.

Also having skipped the red carpet, dressed in all black, the actor had a glum look on her face as she exited the event, indicating that the split from Theroux may be taking its toll.

Rumours began circulating about the fate of the couple after Aniston attended the Golden Globes solo.

While the exact reasons for the split remain unknown, reports have emerged suggesting that the main problems where centred on not being able to have children, and disagreements over where they lived.

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards in January 2015. Picture: Christopher Polk/Getty Images
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards in January 2015. Picture: Christopher Polk/Getty Images

According to US Weekly, the holiday the pair took to Cabo San Lucas in early January was a last-ditch attempt to salvage their marriage. However, it wasn't enough and divorce is said to be imminent for the pair despite neither having filed yet.

The Friends star is believed to have kept her $21 million LA mansion in her name.

Aniston's total worth is estimated by Forbes at $200 million, far more than Theroux's.

News Corp Australia


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