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Sunday 20 April 2014

Jennifer Aniston ‘gets advice from in-laws’

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

Justin Theroux's mom is reportedly trying to persuade Jennifer Aniston to marry her son on the East Coast.

The actress' plans to marry her fiancé Justin Theroux have apparently been put on hold. It has been claimed that the pair's hectic work schedules and contrasting views about where to set up home have put a strain on their relationship. According to reports, Justin's mother Phyllis decided to intervene in bid to help them resolve their issues. The former journalist is said to have taken Jennifer and Justin to the restaurant where the handsome actor proposed last year.

"Phyllis was trying to get them to recapture that feeling," a source explained to British magazine Grazia.

Justin is said to be “miserable” living in California and wants to relocate to his native New York City, while Jennifer is eager to settle in Los Angeles.

Phyllis is believed to be keen for the pair to at least tie the knot near Justin's home city, and Jennifer has been considering the prospect. The actress has a close bond with Justin's mom and is taking her advice seriously.

"Phyllis, like her son, is keen for Jen and Justin to get married on the East Coast instead of having a big blowout Hollywood bash. Justin says he hopes that Phyllis has more clout with Jen than he does," the source added. "Jennifer is slowing coming round to the idea of marrying in New York. Living there, however, is another matter for now."

Jennifer recently spoke about the delay to her wedding. She denied claims the nuptials had been called off, revealing the pair are happy to take their time.

"We just want to do it when it's perfect, and we're not rushed, and no one is rushing from a job or rushing to a job," Jennifer said. "And, you know, we already feel married."

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