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Friday 9 October 2015

Jennifer Aniston's fiance 'chooses wedding gown'

Published 27/11/2012

Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston has reportedly enlisted her fiancé to help design her wedding dress.

The Hollywood actress is engaged to Justin Theroux, with the pair rumoured to be marrying in Hawaii at the end of the year.

Jennifer is said to be busy planning the nuptials and has decided she wants her partner involved in all areas, even when it comes to what she will wear.

"Jen always consults Justin on her wardrobe, whether it's casual or if she's trying to pick a red-carpet dress. She really values Justin's opinion and says he's often the only one to be brutally honest," a source told Heat magazine. "They met with Valentino's creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli to discuss wedding dress designs and Justin had a big input. They showed Jen a variety of fabrics and Justin helped them recreate what he knew was in Jen's head."

Jennifer has apparently told her friends that Justin is helping her with her gown. It's unclear whether she has shared the news with her bridesmaids Courteney Cox and Chelsea Handler - who are understood to be warring about plans for Jennifer's bachelorette party - but those pals who do know are unsure about the decision.

"They told her she was 'crazy' and said what bad luck it would be, but Jen's never been superstitious and said Brad [Pitt, her ex-husband] never saw her first wedding dress, but they still divorced," the insider added.

Justin is reportedly only too happy to be involved and has jokingly told Jennifer he wants her to wear something quite revealing.

The stars are the latest Hollywood couple who are bucking the trend for keeping the bride's wedding gown a surprise. It was claimed Justin Timberlake had a hand in creating the pale pink Giambattista Valli gown Jessica Biel donned at their wedding last month.

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