Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux don’t have any plans to walk down the aisle soon, but in clarifying the rumors regarding their relationship Aniston may have only raised more questions.
The 44-year-old actress has been dating Theroux for more than two years and got engaged close to a year ago, on Justin’s birthday in August. But since then they have announced no public plans, while rumors swirled that they either broke off the engagement or one of them got cold feet.
This week, while doing press for her latest movie, We’re The Millers, Jennifer Aniston said it’s just busy schedules keeping them from getting married.
“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,” she said, adding, “And, you know, we already feel married.”
Aniston also clarified that there has never been a wedding date, no cancellations or postponements. There haven’t even been any arguments about where they plan to get married, she said.
But the answer raises new questions, not necessarily about the strength of the relationship but just when the couple could get married. Earlier this year there seemed to be ironclad reports that the two were closed to finished preparing for a wedding, but came to a disagreement as to the size — he wanted a smaller, intimate affair while Aniston wanted something more grand.
Revised reports then said they would marry by the end of the summer.
“It’s not to do with them as a couple, they’re madly in love,” a source told The Daily Mail.”Every time you see them they’ve got their arms around each other. Jen wants something bigger with all their friends, Justin would just like something a bit more intimate. At this point, we’re expecting the wedding to be at the end of the summer, just before Labor Day Weeken’d.”
But if schedules are a problem and Jennifer Aniston wants to wait until the timing with Justin Theroux is “perfect,” then planning a wedding around the shooting schedule for one of Hollywood’s busiest actresses could push the nuptials out indefinitely.