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Matt LeBlanc: Congrats Jen An!

Published 11/08/2015

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry have sent Jennifer Aniston well wishes on her wedding, despite not being invited.

The actor starred alongside Jennifer, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer in the US sitcom, which ran for ten years until 2004.

Jennifer wed Justin Theroux in a top secret ceremony last week, with guests invited to attend Justin's 44th birthday party. When they arrived it was revealed that it was actually a wedding, and although Matt wasn't invited he is over the moon for his former co-star.

"I wasn’t there, so I wish her the best," he told ET.

"Everybody is OK. The girls were there. You’ve got to have the girls there.”

The star explained the wedding was only a small affair, which is probably why he didn't get an invitation.

Matthew also didn't get asked along, but he harbours no ill will either. He had no idea the nuptials were taking place but is thrilled for Jennifer and Justin.

“I was surprised. I didn’t know about it," he said. "[I'm] very happy for them."

Yesterday shock jock Howard Stern spoke about the wedding, confirming that US talk show host Jimmy Kimmel officiated. Howard and Robert Downey Jr. gave speeches, with the DJ joking the only thing that let the side down was the tiny chairs guests were expected to sit on.

Courteney acted as Jennifer's maid of honour, with British magazine Heat reporting that stylist Chris McMillan did her hair. He is the guy who created Jennifer's infamous 'Rachel' layered cut in Friends - although she's since called that look one of the ugliest she's ever seen.

The publication also claims the happy couple managed to keep their big day under wraps by renting the mansion next to their Bel Air home - where the ceremony took place - and storing all wedding fare there. They then built a path between the two properties so things could be moved between them in secret. They also splashed out $1 million on security it's claimed, including sniffer dogs.

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