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Jen An ready to wed?

Published 19/04/2015

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston seemed "excited and happy" during a rumoured wedding planning session recently.

The 46-year-old has been engaged to fellow actor Justin Theroux for over two years. There's been much speculation in the media about whether the couple will make it down the aisle but according to a new report, Jennifer recently had a meeting with wedding planners at Soho House in West Hollywood.

"Jen has been busily planning her wedding for the past few weeks and has told friends that nothing is going to postpone them any longer," the insider told British magazine Grazia. "Justin's mother was in town, so Jen used it as the perfect opportunity to organise some wedding prep as she knows how much Phyllis wants to be involved in the planning process. She's not so close to her own mother, Nancy, but she and Phyllis have a great relationship."

The actress and her future mother-in-law reportedly met with event organiser Bradley Picklesimer, who has worked with the likes of Sir Elton John and Barbra Streisand, A-list wedding planner Mindy Weiss and Michelin starred chef Daniel Boulud. The gathering lasted more than two hours according to the source and was quite a leisurely affair.

"Jen sat next to Phyllis and they seemed excited and happy," they continued. "Jen's manager and assistant were also there and white wine and champagne flowed. It looked like they were having fun."

While Justin is away filming in Rome, the former Friends star has decided to focus on their nuptials after a busy awards season which saw her nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in Cake.

"Having the wedding planning well and truly underway has given Jen a real sense of calm and she is happier than ever," the source added. "She wants to get things moving. It's finally in sight."

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