Crete is the word!
Rumours are running wild that Jennifer Aniston will marry her new beau Justin Theroux in Crete this summer
Rumours are running wild that Jennifer Aniston will marry her new beau Justin Theroux in Crete this summer.
Proving that it doesn't matter if you live in Thebarton, South Australia or Hollywood, every daughter who is a father to a migrant dreams that one day their precious girl will get married in the horio. And given that her father John was born and bred in Chania, it looks likely Jen will live out this dream.
Jennifer will be visiting the island on a pre-wedding mission sussing out locations for what is soon becoming the nuptials of the year. Her father John Aniston (Anastasakis) was born in Chania in 1933 but migrated to the US with his family two years later.
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