Jennifer Aniston has a lot going on these days. Since wrapping Friends, she has filmed four movies and is currently traveling the globe promoting her latest performance in the psychological thriller, Derailed, costarring actor Clive Owens. While making the publicity rounds, the thirty-six year old actress has been more tight lipped about her other costar, Vince Vaughn. The two have been spotted getting cozy on and off the set of their upcoming romantic comedy The Break Up. During a recent interview, Aniston dodged questions about her relationship with Vaughn by telling CNN’s Larry King, “I’m not talking about it, I’m not talking about it. It sounds harsh to say ‘it’s none of your business’ (but) you learn your lessons, that’s all.”
What Aniston IS talking about the real love of her life, it’s her main man, her dog, Norman. “I got him from the animal trainers on Friends, “ she tells Newsweek. “He was an actor dog, but he was so lazy that he had a terrible reputation. He wouldn’t hit his mark. He just sat there. They said they sent his doggie head shot out and he wasn’t getting any calls.” So Aniston scooped him up and it’s been a love affair every since. Norman is a big Welsh Corgi-terrier mix with piercing ocean blue eyes just like Aniston. Norman and Aniston have been together for over seven years – through everything and every step of the way!
The two enjoy long walks together on the beach near Aniston’s Malibu rental, which she calls her “dollhouse”, and they savor the beautiful sunsets at night. Even Aniston admits it’s good to be her dog. Norman gets the star treatment not only at home but also on set. He lounges in her four-star trailer until Aniston joins him for lunch, and at night Norman snuggles up to Aniston in style – sleeping in the best hotels in the world. During the filming of The Break Up Aniston and Norman were often spotted playing frisbee in local Chicago parks.
So while the beautiful Aniston may be canoodling on set with many sexy and sultry leading lads, her heart belongs to the one and only Norman.