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Jennifer Aniston sets date for wedding with Justin Theroux

27 FEBRUARY 2013

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are getting closer to their wedding day. The Hollywood couple have set a day and have chosen their wedding rings.

Unlike Jennifer's previous $1million (£660,000) wedding to Brad Pitt, this is likely to be a "small affair with their closest friends".

 

Jennifer Aniston wedding

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"Jennifer is trying to keep the wedding date a secret, but it'll probably be in the week or two after the Oscars," a source as quoted as saying. "She wants a low-key do, but pals like her ex-Friends co-stars Courtney Cox and Matthew Perry will attend."

Jennifer and Justin, who looked smitten when they attended the Oscars together, got engaged on August 10 while both were in New York on Justin's birthday.

Justin proposed with a eight-carat ring, estimated to be worth $500,000 (approximately £330,000). "It's amazing to see how happy Justin makes Jen," said a source. "Everyone was always hoping that he would propose."

Jennifer's first marriage was to Brad Pitt on 29 July 2000. The couple married in Malibu in front of 200 guests including Cameron Diaz, Courteney Cox, Salma Hayek and Edward Norton. The couple exchanged personal vows in which Brad vowed to split the difference on the thermostat and Jennifer promised to always make his favourite milkshake.

 

Jennifer Aniston



The couple announced their split in January 2005.

While Jennifer and Justin had met at least five years earlier, they reconnected when they co-starred in the film Wanderlust and were officially dating by May 2011.

Justin has remained tight-lipped on their romance. "I understand the curiosity, but other than saying I am happy, I am not going to indulge it," he said.

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