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Jennifer Aniston's 'secrets to be exposed as caregiver plans to write book'
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Wilferd, Hultberg Jennifer Aniston at the 51st annual Emmy Awards: behind the smile, an angry young woman. Robert Gallagher, National Post Nancy Aniston: heartbroken, ashamed Robert Gallagher, National Post Nancy Aniston turns out to be rather a difficult woman -- determined to set the terms, to be in control. Jennifer Aniston, star of television's Friends, was on the telephone to her mother. It seems she meant it. Behind the smiling face of the television character that has made her famous, Jennifer Aniston is an angry young woman. And Nancy Aniston, her mother, is miserable. Mothers around the world will surely feel her pain.
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Ahead of the December 7 release of Dumplin ', Aniston spoke candidly with The Sunday Telegraph about the ways she could she can turn to her own childhood growing up with a famous parent for inspiration. In the film, Aniston plays Rosie, an overbearing Texas pageant mom who is still hung up on her glory days as a beauty queen. Speaking to The Sunday Telegraph , Aniston opened up about her strained relationship with her late mother, Nancy Dow, and how the fictional film—adapted from Julie Murphy's eponymous novel —mirrors her own reality. The year-old actress continued: "She was a model and she was all about presentation and what she looked like and what I looked like. In , she published the memoir, From Mother and Daughter to Friends , describing her difficult relationship with Aniston. The book created a further rift between the mother and daughter, but Aniston eventually reconnected with her estranged mother just before she died at the age of 79 in For all the parallels between her character, Rosie, and her real-life mother, Dow, Aniston is most proud of how the movie differs from her own upbringing.
Aniston visited her mother a couple weeks before she passed away. Jennifer Aniston has lost her mother, Nancy Dow. She died at age 79 after suffering from a long illness, Aniston and her brother told People. Aniston and her mother struggled through several estrangements over the years. The Friends stars went to visit her dying mother earlier this month for the first time in nearly five years, according to In Touch. Aniston revealed to People that Dow had been dealing with a longterm illness before she died at age Dow was also in the hospital in to repair a broken arm that she suffered after falling at her local polling station, according to the Daily Mail.
By Dailymail. Jennifer Aniston's mother Nancy Dow passed away in May, at the age of 79, after a long illness. While the two had been estranged for almost a decade, they managed to reconcile and take ginger steps towards a mother-daughter relationship. Now what memories the year-old star does cherish could be rocked by a caregiver's plans to write a tell-all book about those last troubled few years, In Touch is reporting. Exposed: Jennifer Aniston surely won't be pleased to learn that a caregiver for her late mother is planning to write a tell-all book about the star's last few troubled years with her dying mom. The strain between Jennifer and her mom was 'terrible' in the final months of Nancy's life, according to the publication.