In one of her most revealing interviews, Jennifer Aniston opened up to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Greek-American star talked to the popular news portal and discussed a wide range of issues including her turbulent relationship with her mother, Oscar nomination dismissal, engagement, dyslexia, Brangelina rumors and her ethnicity.
Speaking about the love and support she gained from her yiayia Stella, Aniston stated, "She was a Greek grandmother who just loved me more than anything and was so fun to be around." The actress added, "She had the best stories, she made me laugh. Beautiful, funny, gorgeous, hysterical — all the Greeks, all of my Greek family, were."
For a year, the entertainer lived in Greece as a child with her family. Aniston described her yiayia's passing, "I was around 21 years old, and it was the first time I'd had a loss. It was really sad. But then, like anything, you have to move on."
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