Jennifer Aniston has explained why she thinks people keep speculating that she's pregnant.
The 44-year-old has come to the conclusion that it must be her weight gain that has everyone talking.
The super trim yoga fan told The Kyle And Jackie O Show in Australia that she'd put on "just a couple of pounds".
But it seems Jen isn't upset by the fact people are obviously noticing her weight gain - she's more frustrated that it's taking the magic out of her romance with Justin Theroux.
The actress is upset she and her fiancé won't have the joy of announcing their wedding, or if it be the case in the future, their baby.
She said: "It does feel a bit like they've exhausted the question, and also the speculations.
"It's all been pretty much exhausted.
"Why not just wait until we actually get to have the fun of announcing something? Who wants to play the guessing game, whether it be family, wedding, this, that, the other thing?"
Along with her non-baby bump, the press have been going wild about Jen's marriage plans.
Jen and Justin got engaged over a year ago and everyone has been on the edge of their seats waiting for the next Hollywood wedding.
But speculation around delays and disagreements has been all over the media.
Jennifer joked on the chat show about the birthday party she threw for Justin this weekend, which had been thought to be a cover up for a wedding reception.
She said: "Apparently there was a secret one this weekend."
Jen has been talking more and more recently about her distaste for the media's relentless questions on her personal life.
She explained at the premiere for We're The Millers: "There have been no cancelled weddings. There have been no postponed weddings.
"There have been no arguments about where to get married. Just clearing all that up."
She also spoke on Good Morning America about her least favourite question of all - babies.
She said the worst is when she's asked "Something about family and trying to relate it to the movie with, ‘Oh, if I was to have a child how many kids do I want?’ and 'do I want a boy or a girl?'"
She added: "I didn’t realise you could place orders, I honestly didn’t realise it was like a drive-through, that you could talk to a little electronic voice."