‘Utterly classless’ Twitter is fuming over THIS Jennifer Aniston cover

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As news broke of Brad and Angelina's divorce this week, it was inevitable that Jennifer Aniston's name would be dragged into the furore.

And while the wider public has little issue with various memes purporting to know Jennifer's reaction to the news, they are less impressed with a national newspaper's decision to take the same approach.

Using an image of an ecstatic-looking Jen on their front page yesterday, the New York Post captioned it 'Brangelina: 2004-2016.'

Taking issue with their approach to the matter, Twitter users wasted no time calling the paper out on their front page.

"Why insert Aniston into these people's pain?" wrote one disgruntled social media user. "So cruel! Aniston & her husband are busy building a life of their own."

Offering a background into the snap which the newspaper ran, one Twitter user wrote: "Research it and you'll see that pic was from the day she placed her hand prints at Mann's Chinese Theater in 2011."

While many felt fury on Jennifer's part, another reader of the paper reminded the public that the situation is more than a celebrity tit for tat, writing: "Cover is not clever or funny."

"A family is breaking up. There are children involved. Show some compassion."

Hammering home their point, a fellow Twitter user added: "It's disgusting things like this that make journalism questionable."

We wonder what Jen would make of that front page.

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