Jennifer Aniston on wedding rumors: ‘We already feel married’
Jennifer Aniston is setting the record straight about the viral wedding rumors swirling around her and fiance Justin Theroux.
So everybody just calm down.
“We just want to do it when it’s perfect, and we’re not rushed, and no one is rushing from a job or rushing to a job,” Aniston told the Associated Press on Saturday. “And, you know, we already feel married.”
Feeling is believing, we suppose.
The “Friends” alum, 44, and Theroux, 41, met on the set of the comedy “Wanderlust” and have been dating for about two years. They got engaged on her actor-boyfriend’s 41st birthday in August 2012, further fueling “dun-dun-duh-duh” hype.
The actress spoke leading up to the Aug. 7 release of her comedy “We’re the Millers.” In the film, Aniston plays a stripper alongside Jason Sudeikis, who plays a drug dealer. Costar Sudeikis made headlines too while promoting the film when he announced last week that he’d be leaving “Saturday Night Live.”
Aniston’s beaus have always been a hot topic, especially since her her high-profile marriage to actor Brad Pitt in 2000 and their tabloid-selling 2005 divorce that saw him leaving her for actress Angelina Jolie.
As for the weddings dates that have been canceled or postponed, Aniston said they never even existed.
“We have yet to set any dates. There have been no canceled weddings. There have been no postponed weddings,” Aniston said. “There have been no arguments about where to get married. Just clearing all that up.”
Thanks for the PSA on that, Jen.
Last April, the actress admitted that wedding planning “might make me crazy,” adding that she still hadn’t picked out a wedding dress.
But there’s no rush to the tie the knot anytime soon, despite what you may have heard about the Aniston vs. Pitt races to the altar.
And there you have it.
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