AceShowbiz - Justin Theroux has opened up his split from Jennifer Aniston in a new interview with The New York Times. In the new interview, "The Leftovers" alum revealed that their divorce was "heartbreaking." So, what is Jennifer thinking about the interview?
Echoing Justin's remarks that the separation was "animosity"-free, a source said that "Jen thought Justin's interview was great." The source went on saying to HollywoodLife.com, "She thought he handled the questions about their break-up in a really classy manner."
"Justin was spot on when he talked about their split, and Jen agreed with everything he said," the source continued. "Their break-up was heartbreaking, and she misses their day-to-day friendship too."
It was also said that Jen respects Justin so much, and "the interview reminded her of why she fell in love with Justin in the first place." The source added, "She always found his intellect, humor, and self deprecation really attractive, and she still does."
The "Friends" alum allegedly feels "super sad" that things between her and Justin turned this way, "but at the same time, she knows they are better off not being married." The source noted that Jennifer is not planning to get back with the actor.
"She's very pragmatic when it comes to the subject of relationships, and if it didn't work out the first time, she knows it wouldn't if they were to try again. But that doesn't stop her from feeling wistful about what they once had," the source shared.
In addition to saying that the split left them "heartbroken," Justin revealed it's amicable. "It's boring, but, you know, we respected each other enough that it was as painless as it could be," he said. "But the friendship is shifting and changing, you know, so that part is something that we're both very proud of."