Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have not split despite rumors to the contrary. The couple was spotted together at the premiere of The Leftovers, (Theroux's new HBO series) in New York City on Monday evening. According to Us Weekly, Aniston and Theroux looked very much in love as photographers snapped away. When Justin was asked how he felt about having Jennifer there to support him he said, "It feels great!"
A source shared:
"Jen and Justin were really sweet together. They were both absolutely beaming. Inside the event, Jen was being really sociable and looked extremely happy. They looked totally in love and seemed very relaxed."
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have been engaged since 2012. Since they haven't set a wedding date -- or shown any interest in actually getting married -- rumors about their relationship are easily believed. If Jen isn't pregnant, she's leaving Justin for one reason or another. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a recent rumor suggested that Jen's "life" with Justin was miserable. She was allegedly dying to get rid of him because of his "aloof" behavior. Well, she didn't seem to mind him on June 23, that's for sure.
Jennifer Aniston also didn't look very pregnant in her all black ensemble. Despite an In Touch Weekly cover that featured the headline, "I'll raise this baby alone," Jen doesn't appear to be with child. She looked super sleek and sexy as she clung to her man's side. While her shirt dress was not super-clingy, it seemed obvious that Jen wasn't expecting. Since the rumors have been circulating for months, she would be showing a lot more than whatever it is you think you see in the photo above.
According to E! Online, Jennifer and Justin "packed on the PDA" at the event. Jen proudly wore her engagement ring, and she didn't look remotely uncomfortable. If she was having problems with her beau, chances are she wouldn't have even shown up. Who has time to put on a charade like that?
For whatever reason, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux don't think that getting married is important. If they are happy and things are going well, why should people keep hustling them to tie the knot and start a family? If an when they do end up getting married, divorce rumors will soon follow anyway, so what's the point?
[Photos courtesy of Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images via Us Weekly]