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Jen An: My wedding was beautiful!

Published 20/08/2015

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston has stepped out as Mrs Theroux for the first time and even shed light on what made her big day special.

People had been gossiping about when she would finally marry Justin Theroux for so long that no one could quite believe it when they eventually tied the knot on August 5 at a neighbouring mansion in Bel Air.

The former Friends star, 46, stepped out as Mrs Theroux for the first time last night at the LA premiere of her new movie She's Funny That Way. And while there, she let reporters into what made her big day so special.

“We had the beautiful luxury of having a beautiful private moment and I’m going to be selfish and keep it that way!" she grinned to Entertainment Tonight.

Jennifer remained coy on the details, insisting she won't be giving any information about the dress she wore.

It was a small affair, with around 70 people in attendance. Among them were close friends Courteney Cox and Ellen DeGeneres, while Robert Downey Jr. and Howard Stern gave speeches.

“The fact that we were just able to have the most peaceful, private experience and with a bunch of very extraordinary, wonderful - trustworthy obviously - people," Jennifer gushed to Extra about why it was such a special day.

It was a big surprise for all involved, as they'd been invited to a bash masquerading as a birthday party to celebrate Justin's 44th. So how did they manage to keep things so secretive?

"Where there's a great will, there's a way," she smiled to Access Hollywood. "It can be done."

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