Jennifer Aniston has spent the better part of the year extinguishing rumors that she is involved with her Bounty Hunter co-star and "just friend" Gerard Butler. If the rumors are true, though, Butler had better be on his toes.
"I've had some wonderful experiences. I hope I've reached a point where I'm ready to enjoy being with a great man and having a family together," Aniston recently told UK Star magazine.Funnily enough, the pair just starred as a divorced couple in their recent romantic comedy.
Both continue to insist that they share a strong friendship. Butler has even described Aniston as "like family," but Aniston seems sure that she's ready to settle down with a real family of her own."We're all a lot more complicated," she added. "We've also become more wary and more demanding."
Since her 2005 split with Brad Pitt, Aniston has been a part of a small handful of high-profile relationships, dating John Mayer, Vince Vaughn, and Paul Sculfor. Aniston said that through it all it has always been her dream to have kids. Many attributed Brad and Jen's divorce to a disagreement over having children."Men and women are developing higher expectations and sometimes that creates too much pressure because your partner is not always going to be everything you want," Aniston said.