Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 19 April 2014

Aniston: Mental illness torturous

NO 8 JENNIFER ANISTONNO one works the Californian beach-girl look quite like Jen, who does tousled blonde hair and bronzed limbs like a pro. Jennifer, 42, does Pilates and Yoga daily and eats a healthy diet of steamed fish and vegetables to keep her figure bikini-ready. Looks like all her hard work has paid off.

Jennifer Aniston believes mental illness should be openly discusses and the actress reveals she will most likely decide on her wedding dress for her nuptials to Justin Theroux at the last minute.

The 44-year-old actress is executive producer of TV movie Call Me Crazy: A Five Film.

The feature centres on mental disorders.

Jennifer is supportive of people afflicted with any form of psychosis and believes no one should suffer in silence.

“Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, and I think the shame that is around it for so many people keeps them hiding in a closet about it and it's just a torturous existence,” she told Extra.

The star is set to marry her beau Justin Theroux soon, although they haven't confirmed the date yet.

Jennifer confesses that her final wedding gown choice is also up in the air.

“I don't have a dress,” she admitted. “That's something that will probably come together at the last minute. I like to be very spontaneous.”

As previously reported by Radar Online, Jennifer and Justin’s nuptials are “imminent,” but the location has yet to be revealed.

Invited guests, including Jennifer’s mother Nancy Dow, have been told to “wait by the phone for a call” to learn all the secret details.

“Indications are it’s going to be a small, private affair with just a select few invited,” the insider revealed.

“Those that are going have been told to expect a call at short notice, drop everything they are doing and head to the location when revealed.”

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