Jennifer Aniston is tired of all the baby questions.
The actress recently sat down with ABC News while promoting her new flick "We're the Millers" and talked about the media scrutiny of her life. When asked what is the one question that makes her the most frustrated, Aniston said it's asking her about having kids.
"Somehow trying to relate a question to the movie. Something about family and trying to relate it to the movie with, 'Oh, if I was to have a child how many kids do I want?' And 'do I want a boy or a girl?'" she said. "I didn't realize you could place orders, I honestly didn't realize it was like a drive-thru, that you could talk to a little electronic voice."
The 44-year-old is "happy and content" with the family she has chosen, including fiance Justin Theroux and their dogs. When it comes to the rumors, she tries to just disconnect.
"I surround myself with my amazing work, my amazing friends, my amazing partner, my beautiful dogs … and I tune that noise out. I mean, I think it's very sweet that people want everything for me," she told ABC.
"They're loaded with absolute false information," Aniston told told ladies of "The Talk" when discussing how gossip magazines print tons of fabrications. "They like to create the story, because it's not interesting that we're just really happy, and in love, and feel like we're married."
Aniston's even bold enough to call out Katie Couric when she feels like she's getting "too tabloidy."