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Jen and Justin honeymooning in Bora Bora

Published 07/08/2015

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have been snapped in Bora Bora after their surprise wedding.

The MailOnline has obtained photos of the newlyweds, who reportedly put on a surprise wedding yesterday, walking along the beach of the island.

The outfits in the photo - Jenifer in a floppy beach hat and striped vest and Justin wearing a white tee and hat - match up to snaps on TMZ of the two boarding a private jet.

TMZ also shed more light on the nuptials. Friends apparently thought they had been invited to the couple's LA mansion for a birthday party for Justin, who turns 44 on August 10.

Instead the pair used the occasion to walk down the aisle, after a three-year engagement.

TMZ report close friends Howard Stern and Robert Downey Jr. gave toasts, with Sia performing and singing happy birthday.

The party continued with DJ Samantha Ronson taking to the decks, and some guests stayed until 4am.

Jennifer's wedding gown was reportedly casual and easy to dance in, with the 46-year-old picking a flowing white summer dress over something more traditional.

Celebrity guests included Ellen DeGeneres, Lisa Kudrow and Chelsea Handler. Jennifer's best friend and former Friends co-star Courteney Cox acted as maid of honour, reports People, and was one of the last to leave the party.

Last year Jennifer laughed to Ellen that her guests always assume her parties are going to be a surprise wedding, and yesterday she's said to have apologised for tricking everyone.

Jennifer and Justin, 43, have been an item since 2011 after meeting on the set of Wanderlust. Their reps haven't yet confirmed the wedding.

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