Jennifer Aniston to wed
Boyfriend Justin Theroux proposed to the Friends star on his birthday
Everyone thought it was Brad and Angelina's turn to walk down the aisle over the weekend, but it was Greek American actress Jennifer Aniston that caught the headlines.
The 43-year-old actress is set to wed her actor boyfriend Justin Theroux, after he proposed on his birthday.
According to TMZ, Jennifer Aniston is planning a destination wedding with Justin Theroux in the Greek Islands for July.
The former Friends star was reportedly seen scouting locations in Crete on a recent visit, which is also the birthplace of her father.
Recently Aniston sold her two New York City apartments for $6.5 million so she could move back to Los Angeles to be closer to her beau.
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