Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are reportedly planning to get married "by the ocean."
The couple, who began dating in 2011 and got engaged a year later, are keen to tie the knot in a private beach ceremony abroad in the near future. Wedding planner Kevin Lee, who organized Jennifer's first wedding to Brad Pitt in 2000, told RadarOnline.com, "Jennifer and Justin are getting married right by the ocean, so it will be a beach meets California modern-chic sort of thing. She is going to have it [the wedding] out of the country."
Meanwhile, it is believed the pair will get hitched on Justin's birthday on August 10 - two years to the day he proposed on his 41st birthday - following "months of therapy" after their relationship reportedly hit the rocks. "After talking honestly, their issues seemed to evaporate. Justin admitted he hated the idea of an over-the-top wedding. Jen's happily agreed to a low-key do with friends and family. Jen's thrilled and Justin couldn't be happier," a source said.
Justin Theroux will marry Jennifer Aniston on his birthday.
The couple will reportedly tie the knot on August 10 - two years to the day the actor proposed on his 41st birthday - after undergoing "months of therapy" to talk through their problems.
"After talking honestly, their issues seemed to evaporate. Justin admitted he hated the idea of an over-the-top wedding. Jen's happily agreed to a low-key do with friends and family. Jen's thrilled and Justin couldn't be happier," a source said.
Justin has reportedly agreed to relocate permanently from New York to Jennifer's Los Angeles home. "Jen doesn't like Justin going to NY alone and lunching with his ex-fiancee Heidi Bivens. But once she offered him space to script-write, Justin agreed to move his office to Los Angeles," the source continued.
Justin Theroux wants a non-alcoholic wedding.
The Hollywood hunk reportedly wants his fiancee Jennifer Aniston to cut down on her alcohol consumption, since she's able to "easily" down a "bottle of wine," and has even suggested an alcohol-free wedding but the former Friends actress isn't keen on the idea.
"Jen is totally capable of quitting and has never gotten into trouble with her love of vino but Justin doesn't like how she'll easily down a bottle of wine a night without batting an eyelid He really wants her to quit and has been pushing for a non-alcoholic wedding - an idea that was met with great laughter by Jen and her girl crew," a source said.
Justin, 42, is becoming increasingly health conscious as he ages and is said to want to make Jennifer, 45, "stop drinking entirely." The insider added, "Everyone knows that Jennifer loves wine, but Justin would really like her to stop drinking entirely. The older Justin gets, the more he's become a super health freak, and he wants Jen to follow suit. She's definitely slowed down her drinking since she and Justin hooked up, but she still loves two or three glasses of wine every night. Justin's hope is that she's going to give that up soon."
Jennifer Aniston reportedly wants to get married in Hawaii.
The 45-year-old actress and her fiance Justin Theroux initially had their hearts set on tying the knot in Mexico, but the blonde beauty has changed her mind and is considering getting hitched in the tropical state.
According to Us Magazine, the couple - who got engaged in August 2012 - aren't keen on a big affair and would prefer an intimate ceremony with just 20 guests watching them exchange their vows. The former Friends star and the 42-year-old actor took a trip to Kauai in Hawaii back in 2011, where they enjoyed a romantic beach vacation. However, the duo sparked rumors last year their relationship was on the rocks after they spent a lot of time apart due to their respective filming commitments.
The pair managed to get their romance back on track over the festive period after they took a vacation to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico in a bid to sort through their differences.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are moving back to New York.
The couple - who have been dogged by rumors their relationship is in trouble - have been based in Los Angeles, but with the actor undertaking several commitments in the Big Apple this year, his fiancee has agreed to relocate with him so they can spend more time together.
"Jen and Justin have talked at length about the possibility of moving back to New York to give their relationship a proper shot because at the moment they are barely seeing each other. Justin can't leave New York for the foreseeable future because he is filming The Leftovers, so Jen has agreed to move back there predominantly so they can make it work and be together. Jen and Justin decided this was the only answer if they want to stay together because having a long-distance relationship just wasn't working out for them," a source said.
The couple plan to make the move later this month, and though Jennifer is expecting the change to be tough, she thinks the sacrifices she is making are worth it. "The real gesture is being made by Jen, because she's got two movies in production at the moment, so taking time out to be with Justin is a seriously big deal... It will be hard, as Justin will be working long hours filming and she will be away from many of her closest friends in Los Angeles but she thinks it is worth a go and will make trips back to LA, of course," the source added.
Will Arnett has found love again with Hollywood producer Erin David.
The Arrested Development star, who split from actress Amy Poehler in September 2012 after nine years of marriage and shares custody of their sons, Archie, four, and Abel, two, introduced his new girlfriend, with whom he has been friends with for years, to some of his famous friends, including Courteney Cox, Jason Bateman and Isla Fisher at Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's annual tree lighting party at their Bel Air home in Los Angeles on December 8.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are "very good friends."
The pair were married from 2000 to 2005 and although both have moved on - Brad has six children with his fiancee Angelina Jolie while Jennifer is engaged to Justin Theroux - they are still close.
Brad's make-up artist Jean Black told Esquire magazine, "I think Brad was ready to soar when he met Angie. This is not to say anything negative about Jennifer. I was part of that and I know that he and Jennifer are very good friends and he cared deeply for her. But in Angie, he saw a very adventurous person who was grabbing on to life and taking it to its nth degree. It was intriguing because I felt Brad had that in him and wanted to unleash it."
While they are close now, Brad, 49, recently hinted he was unhappy during his marriage to Jennifer, 43, because of his drug use: "For a long time I thought I did too much damage - drug damage. I was a bit of a drifter. A guy who felt he grew up in something of a vacuum and wanted to see things, wanted to be inspired. I followed that other thing. I spent years f**king off. But then I got burnt out and felt that I was wasting my opportunity. About a decade ago [I made a] a conscious change... It was an epiphany - a decision not to squander my opportunities. It was a feeling of, 'Get up.' Because otherwise, what's the point?"
Jennifer Aniston reportedly cried when she read about Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy.
The Horrible Bosses star - who split from Brad Pitt in January 2005, shortly before he started dating Angelina, his current fiancee - was deeply upset when she read how the actress had both breasts removed after finding out she had an 87 per cent chance of developing breast cancer.
"She was moved beyond belief reading Angelina's story. It really took her by surprise how brave she is. To go through such a major thing for all her family has made Jen realize that regardless of how they hooked up, Angelina does really love Brad and [their six] kids. Sure, Jen got hurt when Brad left her and the pain dragged on for years, but she's so over it now, and wants to extend an olive branch to Angelina," a source told National Enquirer.
Jennifer, 44, has long been a campaigner for breast cancer awareness and has friends who have been affected by it, including singer Sheryl Crow, who had a lumpectomy in 2006, and Christina Applegate - who played the sister of her character Rachel in Friends - who had both her breasts removed as a preventative measure.
Jennifer Aniston allegedly doesn't want a prenuptial agreement.
Although the 44-year-old actress is worth an estimated $150 million, she is so sure about her relationship with fiance Justin Theroux that she hasn't asked the screenwriter to sign an agreement to protect her assets should they split. "Jen's absolutely adamant about not having a prenup. She told several friends, 'I'm choosing love, not money.' And people are just going to have to deal with it. It's a sweet and romantic thing to do but a number of friends are desperately worried her decision will come back to haunt her one day. No one doubts that this is a true love match and of all of the guys she's been with, everyone's confident he's a keeper. But to lay everything on the line for him seems an unnecessary risk," a source said.
However, Justin is trying to convince the Friends star to draw up a prenup because he doesn't want people to think he is just after her money. "Justin really wants a prenup because the last thing he wants is to be branded a gold-digger. He's got enough self-assurance to not feel intimidated by her fortune and he wants Jen to know that even if the marriage ends he will never take a dime from her. When he first brought it up she was blown away. But Justin has always made a point of paying his own way. Her engagement ring took a huge chunk of his fortune so she's 100 per cent sure he's not after her cash," the source added.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are reportedly planning two weddings. Friends of the couple say they plan to celebrate their marriage in both New York and California, with "his and hers" events.
"Justin grew up in New York, most of his family are on the East Coast, so rumor is that after 'Jen's wedding' in California, there will be something in New York. There's certainly going to be a wedding party on the East Coast. It might not even be until the summer, but Justin has taken charge of his side of the organization and is really getting into it. He's arranging live music and the theme is going to be very rock 'n' roll," a source said.
While Justin, 41, is organizing a party, 44-year-old Jennifer's ceremony is likely to be more romantic and chilled out. "Jen wants it to be really relaxed and quite classic. it will be traditional," another source said.
The pair are also thought to have agreed to divide their time between the East and the West coast once they are married. "Jen knows how much Justin misses New York. So she's conceded that once they're married they can buy something there," one source added.
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