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Justin Theroux: I love my wedding ring

Published 26/08/2015

Justin Theroux
Justin Theroux

Justin Theroux is very happy with how married life is going for him and Jennifer Aniston.

The 44-year-old actor tied the knot with Jennifer Aniston at the beginning of this month, in a secret ceremony at their Los Angeles home.

After an almost three-year engagement the couple have remained fairly quiet about their new marital status, but Justin couldn't help gushing about how his ring makes him feel.

"It does feel different," he smiled to People when asked how he's finding being Jennifer's husband. "I'm very happy. It's nice to be able to look down and see a new piece of jewellery on my finger."

The loved-up pair honeymooned in Bora Bora and when Justin returned to work on his TV series The Leftovers in Austin, he was greeted with a "big cheer" from the cast and crew.

Series two of the hit programme is set to air later this year, with the handsome star stepping back into the shoes of troubled cop Kevin Garvey.

Fans will see a change of scenery coming up, as the story shifts to a small town in Texas.

"[It's where] something miraculous occurred," Justin teased. "It's a town that's literally bordered by a fence. For my character and his insta-family, it's a fresh start. But it boxes them in – in a weird and wonderful way."

Joining him are his original co-stars including Liv Tyler, Amy Brenneman and Christopher Eccleston, with Justin describing their dynamic on set as family-like.

"When the work has to be done, the work has to be done, but if you don't keep it a little light at times, everyone's going to be miserable," he added. "It's not a space you want to live in when a camera isn't rolling."

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