JENNIFER Aniston gave passers-by more than they had bargained for yesterday when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction.
The 47-year-old accidently exposed her nipples as she caught a chill in her flimsy white vest top.
While she no doubt didn’t want to show so much, the racy look did distract from her stomach area which has been the centre of debate over the last couple of weeks.
The actress was forced to deny she was pregnant earlier this month during a beach break in the Bahamas with her husband Justin Theroux.
Putting the reports behind her Jen got back to business in New York yesterday, showing off her tan in the white vest which was tucked into a pair of khaki trousers.
She completed her laid-back looked with a tan belt and tan wedges – while carrying a bottle of the water she promotes.
Last week Jen’s rep shut down reports the actress was expecting her first child, saying saying any ‘baby bump’ was the result of a “delicious big lunch”.
In Touch Weekly magazine had claimed that Jennifer and Justin, 44, were “ecstatic” to be starting a family 10 months after tying the knot.
A source had claimed: “She’s pregnant. She and Justin are ecstatic. Jen has wanted to have a baby with Justin for years.”
“Their baby news came at a bad time in her life, too.
“She just lost her mother, and she and Justin almost broke up. But now this surprise pregnancy has turned the worst of times into the best of times.”
Meanwhile the actress, who was and still is a huge pin-up, has credited her father for her “beautiful skin”.
She revealed her 82-year-old father, John Aniston, and her grandmother and “genetics” are the secret behind her flawless complexion, although she has admitted her appearance was not always as blemish free as it is now.
Speaking to Glamour magazine about her skincare regime, the former Friends star, who recently lost her mother, said: “Well, first and foremost I have my father to thank for that and my grandmother. They have beautiful skin so there’s genetics at play but I’ve always been very mindful of taking care of my skin.
“I always wash it properly, drink lots and lots of water and I really believe that what you put inside your body reflects through your skin.
“I remember during teenage years and even in my twenties, I kind of thought I was invincible, as you do at that age, and could eat all the crap in the world but it affected my skin. I had a few more blemishes and sometimes an uneven tone, but now I take care of it. It changes as you get older and evolves and you need to progress your regime with time.”