How Jennifer Aniston Likes Her (Baby-Making) Eggs

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How Jennifer Aniston Likes Her (Baby-Making) Eggs
What Jennifer Aniston is doing about her biological clock.

Last February brought rumors of how Jennifer Aniston likes her eggs –frozen. However, it doesn't look like she'll be dipping into her rainy-day stock, since recent reports say she'd rather have her eggs fertilized. In fact, Star has reported that she's been taking some serious steps to ready her almost-forty body for child-bearing with John Mayer. (The sooner the better!)

Star's story says that the couple is crossing their fingers for twins. (Sadly, it will still take about a dozen additional children to one-up Brangelina, especially since Angelina has a kid for ever year she is younger than Aniston... that would be six). Aniston, 39, is six years older than Angelina, but she high hopes to conceive before her 40th birthday. Nonetheless, Jen has allegedly undergone a string of not-so-secret-anymore fertility treatments. Better make hers a double!

With Mr. Right (-now?) John Mayer on board,–a Star source revealed that Mayer, 31, ordered a bunch of books on Amazon about pregnancy and parenting–Jen's been doing everything to up her chances of becoming pregnant, including yoga, alternative medicine and extra folic acid–the works! One friend said: "She'll try anything to help her chances." Anything? Well, we hear Jamie Lynn Spears and Bristol Palin have some tips…

Unfortunately, Aniston's bubble-bursting reps have denied Star's allegations, according to Hollyscoop. Celebitchy goes so far as saying that Star's last Aniston article was "a likely fabricated cover story," comparing Star to "fan fiction written by a jealous teenager." Ouch. While our confidence in Star sources may be wavering, as well, we're willing to give them the benefit of the doubt on this one, at least for a few months… or nine! Until then, we wish the couple happy baby-making!

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