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Aniston says she, Theroux ‘already feel married’

Aniston says she, Theroux ‘already feel married’

Jennifer Aniston is dismissing rumors surrounding her upcoming wedding to Justin Theroux. Photo: Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Jennifer Aniston is dismissing rumors surrounding her upcoming wedding to Justin Theroux and is setting the record straight.

The 44-year old actress was promoting her new film, “We’re the Millers,” on Saturday when she told The Associated Press that she and Theroux are doing fine, and have not set a date, postponed their wedding, or argued about where to get married.

Aniston and Theroux began dating more than two years ago. They got engaged last summer, but their lack of wedding plans has led to all sorts of speculation from a broken engagement to the couple not agreeing to when or where to tie the knot.

Aniston simply feels there’s no urgency because as she puts it “we already feel married.”

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