Jennifer Aniston has reached tipping point while self-isolating during the coronavirus lockdown.
The 51-year-old former Friends star is looking like she is finding the going tough in her Bel Air mansion.
The Morning Show actress shared a video of her watching her washing machine spin on her Instagram story, in a rare posting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The clip showed Jennifer’s reflection in the window of her washing machine as she sat in front of it, with a caption that she is “bored.”
As the washer drum span around, the clip was accompanied by Tyga’s hit single, Bored In The House.
After time spent watching the washer, Jen then shared short clips of her Schnauzer mix Clyde enjoying time in the garden of her $21 million mansion.
Her pet dog looked far from being bored as it followed several trails of smell, leading him around the shrubbery before chasing after toys that were thrown by Jen.
It has been a quiet time for Jennifer in quarantine, with the previous post she shared being a reimagined version of the Friends theme tune, I’ll Be There For You.
The Rembrandts song had been reworked to suit the coronavirus pandemic and instead of “I’ll be there for you,” it now reads, “I’ll be here all day.”
While being holed up in Bel Air, Jennifer has seen rumours of a relationship with her ex Brad Pitt spreading like wildfire.
This has led to Angelina Jolie seemingly having a dig at her ex, saying that honesty is one of the greatest attributes a parent can have.
Angelina was giving a motivational talk about homeschooling when she slipped in her thoughts on how Brad should behave.
She said: “We’re all locked in, we’re doing all right… Well, the two things that affect children from my view the most being out of school is of course, education, and the challenges of education.”
Angelina went on to speak about what expectations should have for their parents and it was here that she said that Brad needs to be “honest” with his children.
She said: “It is a lovely thing to discover that your children don’t want perfect. They just want you honest. And doing your best.
“In fact, the more room they have to be great where you are weak, the stronger they may become. They love you. They want to help you.”