And as for Pitt and Jolie and the "frenzy" over their engagement - there is only a "frenzy" because they wanted there to be one and the media is hoping to create one so that they can garner interest from the public. If this was truly just about them getting married ("for the kids") then they would have just gone and done it. The way this rolled out with the sanctioned picture, then the press release to THR from the jeweler after no one cared about the ring in the picture, then the confirmation about the "promise for the future" - it's laughable. They've been together 7 years, have 6 kids and almost as many homes together, have stated repeatedly there is no greater commitment then the kids and yet now she needs a ring to guarantee a "promise for the future?" Please. Besides, on neutral websites (those not pro or anti Pitt/Jolie) the general consensus from commenters seems to be "who cares" or "engaged? seems anti-climatic." People magazine can change their cover story for this week if they want, but they might want to remember that one of their worst selling issues last year was a cover story devoted to Pitt/Jolie and family - a fact posted here earlier this year when such numbers were released. From what I can see, Jennifer has had to be dragged into this news by the media in order to create stories and garner any public interest - there are a ton of stories floating around about comparing the two engagement rings, discussing the timeline of their relationship (and remarking on the crossover period with Jennifer and Pitt's marriage), as well as articles about Jennifer's made-up reaction to the news (courtesy of Hollywood Life who invented the original article).
On topic: From an interview with personal trainer Christina Howells:
The aesthetic ideal has shifted in the past few years, moving away from the athletic bodies of the 1980s and super-skinny look of the 1990s and early Noughties to one that is more feminine and toned. Jennifer Aniston, if you like. ('Yes, she’s my favourite,’ agrees Howells. 'Not too skinny and with curves. She also looks happy in her body.’)