Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 December 2014

Aniston denies Hawaii wedding

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston says she and fiancé Justin Theroux are not planning on getting married in Hawaii, calling the reports a “complete fabrication.”

Speculation is rife that the actress and her beau are arranging their nuptials in the tropical islands to avoid the media frenzy in Los Angeles.

However a spokesperson for the star has dismissed the rumours.

'Those reports are just like the others,” her representative told MailOnline. “Complete fabrications.”

Sources purporting to be close to the actress had previously hinted to UK newspaper The Sun that the couple were considering a wedding on one of Hawaii’s stunning islands.

Justin owns a small cottage on the island of Kauai and the couple are said to have vacationed there back in 2011.

“They both love the island and the idea of a laid back Hawaii wedding in the sunshine,” the source said.

Jennifer is currently filming new movie Untitled Elmore Leonard Project in Connecticut alongside Isla Fisher and Tim Robbins.

Some media outlets reported she was planning on tying the knot soon after the shooting wrapped, but has decided against having the wedding in her hometown.

“Jen would have liked to have done it at home in Los Angeles but it looks like that would be too difficult to keep quiet,” the source revealed.

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