Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have started off married life in one of their favourite paradise locations - the island of Bora Bora, in French Polynesia. After saying "I do" on Wednesday during a secret wedding attended by their star friends at their Bel Air mansion, the couple jetted off to the South Pacific on honeymoon.
The couple were pictured arriving at the luxury travel destination on Thursday after catching a flight from LA's Van Nuys airport the day before. They are reportedly staying at the Four Seasons, located on Point Matira, where a night in one of the resort's hideaway over-water bungalows overlooking the breathtaking Bora Bora lagoon comes with a price tag of around $1,500.
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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are starting married life in the idyllic setting of Bora Bora
The upmarket resort is well known to the new Mr and Mrs Theroux, who spent a week there this time last year. They were celebrating the two-year anniversary of their engagement, as well as Justin's 43rd birthday. He turns 44 on 10 August, making 2015 the second year in a row the couple have marked his birthday in Bora Bora.
According to reports they won't be alone for the duration of their stay - Us Weekly claims they'll be joined by close friends, including Chelsea Handler - who was also present at their covert nuptials.
The couple married in secret at their Bel Air mansion on Wednesday
Other guests at the ceremony included Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, Lisa Kudrow, Jason Bateman, Jimmy Kimmel, Tobey Maguire and his wife Jennifer Meyer. Meanwhile famed photographer and close friend Terry Richardson was there to capture the big day.
Jen's long-time best friend Courteney Cox served as her maid of honour, and Justin asked his pal Scott Campbell to be his best man, according to People. Scott, who is married to actress Lake Bell, is a tattoo artist, who has inked the 43-year-old groom on a number of occasions.
Jennifer and Justin are reportedly staying in an over-water bungalow in luxury resort, the Four Seasons
The couple were married by a pastor, and after exchanging rings they were serenaded by Sia singing her big hit Chandelier.
It was then time for the celebrations to really begin. The newlyweds and their guests dined on everything from chicken, fish, sausage, fettuccine carbonara with pork and mostacciolo pasta with red sauce, according to US Weekly. "It was really, really good," a source said of the food, adding that the wedding cake - a giant vanilla and strawberry cake – was "delicious!"
The couple spent a week in Bora Bora this time last year
The 75-strong wedding party boogied away into the early hours of the morning, with party wrapping up at 3am. Jen's maid of honour Courteney was reportedly tha last to leave.