Aniston rep denies star is pregnant

Jennifer Aniston's representative has denied rumours the actress is expecting her first child - telling the press to "give her a break".

Following UK and Australian tabloid reports claiming the actress was pregnant, the star has released a denial statement.

The speculation stems from recent reports stating the star has reconciled with ex-boyfriend John Mayer.

The pair has been snapped together on numerous occasions in recent weeks, and even spent Mayer's 31st birthday together in Los Angeles.

They split in August after a short romance.

But Aniston's publicist has vehemently denied the rumours, telling Usweekly.com: "Give me a break. She is not pregnant."

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