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Jennifer Aniston 'hires wedding planner'

Jennifer Aniston is rumoured to have enlisted Hollywood wedding planner Kevin Lee to oversee her second marriage to Justin Theroux.

The 44-year-old actress is set to marry her beau Justin Theroux soon, although they haven't confirmed the date yet. Jennifer is rumoured to have enlisted Kevin Lee, who organised her nuptials to Brad Pitt in 2000, to help her with the plans.

"Jen's called in Kevin to oversee the final details," a source revealed to Grazia magazine. "He's one of the best in the business and there had been a few hitches along the way, so while Jen was reluctant to use Kevin at first because of the associations with Brad, she's pleased to have him on board now."

The couple called in Kevin's assistance after they decided to throw two events to mark their union. Multiple sources have confirmed that the duo haven't been able to decide on one location, so will have 'his and hers ceremonies'. These are rumoured to be in Jennifer's native Los Angeles and Justin's home city of New York.

"Justin grew up in New York," a source continued. "Most of his family are on the East Coast, so rumour is that after 'Jen's wedding' in California, there will be something in New York. There's certainly going to be a wedding party on the East Coast. It might not even be until the summer, but Justin has taken charge of this side of the organisation and is really getting into it. He's arranging live music and the theme will be very rock and roll."

As has previously been reported, the couple have been doing their best to keep the details of the wedding top secret.

Jennifer has allegedly not even informed guests where and when the ceremony will take place.

"Even though it's going to happen really soon, no formal invites have been sent out," an insider revealed. "Everyone is waiting by the phone, waiting for what some of Justin's friends have started to call their 'Jenvitation'. It's likely to be in the next few weeks though, they know that much."

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