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Friday 27 May 2016

Jennifer Aniston ‘had Brad wedding stress’

Published 11/04/2013

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston found her wedding to Brad Pitt in 2000 "stressful", it has been claimed.

The star's wedding planner Kevin Lee masterminded the actress' nuptials to A-list star Brad back in 2000.

Kevin has also reportedly been signed up to assist Jennifer with her upcoming nuptials to actor Justin Theroux.

He revealed the 44-year-old actress has asked him to create a very different look and feel for her second marriage ceremony.

"They won't be blowing millions on an over-the-top wedding with hundreds of people there they barely know," Kevin explained to British magazine Grazia.

"Brad wanted that when she married him, and she got caught up with having a huge day. It was ultimately so stressful; that she couldn't really take time to enjoy it. So it's going to be small and low-key so they feel relaxed."

Kevin, who is also a close friend of Jennifer's, said she is very excited for her big day. The date hasn't yet been set but sources say the couple have advised friends and family to await an imminent call.

"She's so in love, she's found her soulmate and that's all that matters," Kevin gushed.

"It's about celebrating and spending time with their closest friends and family. There will be a meaningful ceremony, with heartfelt, loving vows and a wonderful meal. Jen's pure class and style, so expects lots of sweet, romantic touches."

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