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JenAn 'moving to New York'

Published 09/05/2015

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston has allegedly decided to put her relationship with Justin Theroux before work.  

The actress made a name for herself playing Rachel Green in New York-set sitcom Friends, but in real life she found living in the Big Apple too much like a goldfish bowl existence.

However, despite being based in LA, Jennifer's fiancé Justin Theroux spends most of his time in New York due to work commitments. And now it looks like Jennifer could be joining him.

"Jennifer and Justin spent a lot of last year apart, which put a huge strain on their relationship," a source divulged to British magazine Grazia.

"Jennifer made a conscious decision to put her relationship with Justin before work and everything else. She wants somewhere modern with sweeping views of the city, and they're looking in Battery Park, Gramercy Park and midtown Manhattan."

Jennifer wowed critics with her most recent performance in Cake. The role of Claire even bagged her a best actress Golden Globe nomination, but she's now ready to put her work on the backburner.

Justin is busy with the second series of hit TV show The Leftovers, and has also been filming Zoolander 2, which he wrote.

Jennifer was snapped visiting him last week, and it's alleged she was eyeing up properties. However she'll still keep hold of her Californian home.

"Justin will still keep his place [in New York], but Jen is keen to buy a larger place together. They'll still spend plenty of time at their Bel Air home, but she's completely cleared her work schedule and just really wants to enjoy time with Justin," the insider said.

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