Aniston enjoying single life

Aniston enjoying single life

Jennifer Aniston has been spotted on a date with ‘Cougar Town’ actor Josh Hopkins, just one night after enjoying a meal with Hard Rock heir Harry Morton.

Jennifer Aniston has enjoyed her second romantic date this week.

After being spotted having a cosy dinner with Lindsay Lohan’s ex boyfriend Harry Morton earlier in the week, the ‘Switch’ actress went for an intimate meal with ‘Cougar Town’ actor Josh Hopkins on Thursday and onlookers claim the pair only had eyes for each other.

A witness at the Madeo restaurant in Los Angeles said: “As he talked, Jen listened to him attentively — not taking her eyes off of him. Then as Jen talked, he did the same in return. It was as if the two were the only ones in the room.”

The 41-year-old actress – who was recently linked to her ex-boyfriend singer John Mayer – was said to be very comfortable with Josh as she drank a glass of white wine, water, and munched on half a salad.

The onlooker added to America’s OK! Magazine: “Jen managed to crack him up a few good times. She seemed comfortable enough to reapply her lip gloss right in front of him.”

However Jennifer – who along with her date was dressed in white – tried to keep a low profile.

The source said: “The typically shy Jen wore her sun-kissed hair down with her layers disguising her face, and faced the back exit of the restaurant that was away from the majority of the establishment.”

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