Courteney Cox Last To Leave: ‘Friends’ Star Last To Leave Jennifer Aniston’s Wedding

Courteney Cox was the last to leave Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s wedding! Courteney Cox was Aniston’s maid of honor, and spent every last moment celebrating with her best friend — and her best friend’s new husband. According to People Magazine, the top secret wedding that took place at Jen and Justin’s Bel Air mansion went until the wee hours of the morning — and Courteney stayed until the very end.

“The last guest to leave was Courteney. She left right after Ellen DeGeneres and Jimmy Kimmel. She left around 3 a.m. At 2 a.m. they still had the music pretty loud,” shared a source.

Also in attendance at the soiree were talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, Friends co-star Lisa Kudrow, actors Will Arnett and Tobey Maguire, and actress Emily Blunt and her husband, actor John Krasinski.

Although Courteney Cox was the last to leave the wedding, she was one of the celebs that kept the party going well after the wedding day. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Courteney Cox and her beau, Johnny McDaid, accompanied the new Mr. and Mrs. Theroux on their honeymoon!

The couple chose Bora Bora as their honeymoon destination, and invited their close friends Jason Bateman and his family, Jimmy Kimmel and his wife, Molly, and comedian Chelsea Handler, another Aniston BFF, along for the celebration.

Maybe Courteney Cox will be the last to leave the Theroux’s honeymoon as well, who knows?

According to Yahoo! Travel, the group is staying at the Four Seasons Resort in Bora Bora. It is unknown if the group has separate accommodations, or if they are all staying in the super-luxurious Otemanu Luxury Beachfront Villa, which is large enough to fit quite a few people with three bedrooms, and three bathrooms.

“As far as accommodations go, the ultimate stay in Bora has to be the signature overwater bungalows (the concept of was created here on these Tahitian islands). Jen and Justin are reportedly camped out at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, which has 100 overwater bungalows, as well as seven beachfront villas. Privacy, transparent panels in the floors with views to the shimmering lagoon below, and of course the chance to take a dip into the bathtub-warm water right from your suite are the gold-plated draws.”

However, it is more likely that the couple chose to stay in their own bungalow in order to enjoy some privacy on their special after-wedding trip.

[Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images Entertainment]