At 45, Jennifer Aniston is feeling better than ever.
In a new interview with Access Hollywood's Liz Hernandez, the stunning star said she is more comfortable in her own skin at this point her life than she’s been in the past.
"Everything I've learned, life's wonderful gifts, roadblocks, joys, ups, downs, everything is just – it's true, youth is wasted on the young. There's no doubt about it," Jennifer told Liz at the "Horrible Bosses 2" junket in Los Angeles on Sunday. "I look at all of my girlfriends and friends, and I think we're all becoming more and more in our bodies."
"Do you feel more confident now than ever?" Liz asked.
"Yeah, for sure," Jennifer replied, adding, "100 percent."
Part of her confidence comes from the balance she's been able to achieve in her personal and professional life, something Jen said her fiancé, Justin Theroux, helps provide.
"He is a beautiful equalizer. He's a really beautiful, wonderful partner, yes," she said of Justin, whom she got engaged to in August 2012. "He's quite special."
With tabloids constantly reporting the couple has secretly married (or broken up – depends on the day!), is the actress annoyed by all of the media attention on her relationship?
"I think we're just so uninteresting, we don't do anything, that there's no real narrative other than that to sort of slap onto us," she said. "Then, once we do [marry], then it's gonna be –well, it [already] is the babies. I mean, it's comical!"
Between her relationship with Justin and the fun she's having in her career with "Horrible Bosses 2" and her role in "Cake" (which is already earning award buzz), Jennifer said she’s having a great time.
"It's absolutely one of the happiest times in my life," she said.
"Horrible Bosses 2," which also stars Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman and Charlie Day, hits theaters on November 26.
-- Erin O'Sullivan