Jennifer Aniston is rumored to be planning on adopting a baby. However, there is allegedly one condition for her to push through with her plan.

A tabloid claimed that the “Murder Mystery” star and her ex-husband, Justin Theroux, were on the process of adopting a baby from Mexico when they suddenly decided to call it quits. Months after their divorce, Aniston wants to put her plan back into motion.

“Jen has always said she’d love to have kids when the time is right. If she was in a committed relationship, she would still be looking at the possibility of carrying a baby herself, but given her age, the reality is that adoption is the least stressful way to go,” the source said.

The insider went on to say that Theroux’s name is reflected in the adoption papers that he and Aniston filled out a couple of years ago. As such, Aniston needs to seek Theroux’s approval if she wants to push through with the adoption even though she will be doing it by herself.

“They were very close to making this happen before they split, and it’s one of those painful subjects that was left up in the air and never really resolved,” the unnamed source claimed.

Last month, Aniston and Theroux reunited for the death of their beloved dog. The latter shared a photo of his hand holding his ex-wife, which proved that they are in good terms at the moment. And as such, it is highly for Theroux to give Aniston his blessing so that she could adopt a baby.

But by the looks of it, the rumors are nothing more than speculations. Aniston and Theroux have never discussed their plans to adopt a child when they were still together. Aniston’s stand about having a baby has also been quite conflicting throughout the years.

Additionally, it has also been very common for tabloids to release fake stories about Aniston and her ex-husbands.

Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston
Justin Theroux (L) and Jennifer Aniston (R) pose during a photocall ahead of a diner for the launch of a Louis Vuitton leather goods collection in collaboration with US artist Jeff Koons, at the Louvre in Paris on April 11, 2017. Getty Images/Gabriel Bouys