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Jen and Justin 'wish they'd wed sooner'

Published 25/08/2015

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's transition from engaged to married has apparently been "seamless".

August 5 marked the wedding of the year when the former Friends star and the Leftovers actor finally said "I do" after an engagement that lasted almost three years.

They enjoyed a romantic honeymoon in Bora Bora and apparently they are so enamoured with married life that they can't believe they didn't tie the knot sooner.

"There seems to have been a seamless transition to married life for Jen and Justin, it's really natural and there have been no disagreements," a pleased source told British magazine Grazia. "They're really loved up and both keep saying to each other: 'Why did we wait so long?'"

Jennifer not only surprised fans with the ceremony; friends and family were also kept in the dark, thinking they were attending a party to celebrate Justin's 44th birthday.

The actress stepped out for the first time as a married woman to promote her film She's Funny That Way. On the red carpet she shared how pleased she was to have been able to get married without the eyes of the world on her.

“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, adding to Extra: “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."

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