Jennifer Aniston wraps up in bohoo chic jeans and scarf as she jets back to LA

She has travelled from country to country in the span of less than a week. But it was back to reality for Jennifer Aniston on Monday, with the actress making her return to Los Angeles following several days in Italy, where she was honoured with an award and moved to tears at a film festival. The former Friends star did indeed appear relaxed after her trip, looking casual and comfortable in her blue jeans and strappy wedge heels.

The actress kept her hair ‘do sensible and low-maintenance, wearing her glossy dark blonde locks down with a center part. She also wore a black tank top, long white scarf, and accessorised the look up with two necklaces, including an evil eye pendant. Jennifer topped off the look with a long and lightweight black duster coat.

Her hands full, the star made her way through the ever-bustling transport hub with a black tote slung over her shoulder. Jennifer’s flight back to Los Angeles comes after she surprised fans by revealing she once wondered whether she would be able to ‘survive’ the pain of her past heartbreaks during a candid chat at the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy.

The actress – who got her fairytale ending when she wed Justin Theroux last year – made the confession to a teenage fan who reduced her to tears by asking if she ever woke up in the morning and didn’t know who she was. Jennifer replied: ‘There are not enough fingers and toes in this entire room to count how many times that moment has happened to me.

‘We’re all human beings at the end of the day, whether we’re a waitress or a baker or a student or whatever we are, at the end of the day you kind of can hit walls and think I can’t go any farther.

‘Or this is too much. My heart can’t take it or the pain is too great, or am I good enough? Will I survive?’ ‘And you just have to sort of somehow miraculously overcome. You just go, “I can’t, yes I can, yes you can.”‘ Jennifer also accepted a Lifetime Achievement award at the event, which is Europe’s largest festival for children and teens.








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