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Saturday 27 December 2014

Aniston planning closet in garage

Jennifer Aniston is renovating her new home
Jennifer Aniston is renovating her new home

Jennifer Aniston could be planning the ultimate in luxury - a giant closet in her garage to house all her clothes.

RadarOnline reported that the Horrible Bosses actress has proposed the 60,000 dollar (£35,000) wardrobe at her Bel Air mansion, which she is currently renovating.

The website claimed that the home is not big enough to accommodate all her designer frocks, so the former Friends star is planning on converting her garage into a massive walk-in wardrobe.

A skylight and powder room will mean that the Hollywood actress can also use it to get ready for red carpet events.

RadarOnline revealed that the star had filed permits with the Los Angeles Building And Safety Department to convert the 24ft by 36ft garage into a giant wardrobe.

Jennifer and fiance Justin Theroux's new pad already has a private vineyard, pool, landscaped gardens, gym, library, butler's kitchen, and library.

The couple recently remodelled their master bedroom and added a huge balcony, renovated the concrete staircase with water features, added living quarters to a guard house, and remodelled the kitchen and pool house, according to reports.

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