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Aniston and Theroux 'continue wedding celebrations'

Published 12/08/2015

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have continued their wedding celebrations on their honeymoon, according to reports.

The Hollywood couple tied the knot in secret a week ago, inviting their close friends and family to a surprise ceremony at their Bel Air mansion on August 5.

The next day Jennifer and Justin jetted out to Bora Bora for a relaxing post-marriage break, choosing the island's Four Seasons hotel as their base.

Us Weekly reports things have been perfect since they touched down, with the couple cosying up on a boat trip and having a celebratory dinner at the resort's Arii Moana restaurant.

“Jen and Justin sat in the front [of the boat] by themselves. Jen rested her head on Justin’s shoulder and was leaning in to him. She looked relaxed and peaceful," a source told the publication. “Jen and Justin wanted the celebration to continue... There were several toasts to Jen and Justin and everybody being together in paradise [at the dinner].”

The pair are to said to have tucked into fresh fish and sipped on cocktails while admiring Mount Otemanu and an aqua lagoon from their table.

Although they've been enjoying what the hotel has to offer, Jennifer and Justin are also making sure they are getting the most out of their oceanfront villa which Us reports comes in at $4,000 a night. Upon their arrival it's claimed the staff stocked the kitchen with wine, fruit and beer to make them feel at home.

And when they do have their rare moments apart, Justin reportedly hits the hotel gym while his wife enjoys spa treatments from the comfort of her own room. It's thought they have no plans to return until Jennifer is due to attend the Los Angeles premiere of She's Funny That Way on August 19.

“Jen loves to relax,” the source added. “It’s the same as her trips to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: She eats, drinks, and lies in the sun.”

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