An affectionate relationship based on mutual trust and affection. Their mutual regard after their 2018 breakup makes Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux the ultimate #CoupleGoals.
The two actors acted in the film Wanderlust together in 2011 after meeting on the set of Paul Rudd and Kathryn Hahn’s comedy Tropic Thunder in 2007.
Upon initially meeting her future spouse, the Friends star felt “he was really kind and very nice,” as she recalled to PopSugar in 2012. But I do recall thinking that he was quite black. At first glance, he could be a serial killer; nonetheless, he is the most affable person you’ll ever meet.
The star of “Mulholland Drive” had to adjust quickly to living in the spotlight beside Jennifer Aniston. When they started dating, he was a famous actor and playwright, but not as well-known as the woman who had played Rachel Green on television for ten years. “It’s like travelling to a slightly different height,” he told GQ about their relationship in 2013.
After dating for a year, the couple got engaged in 2012. However, they had to wait another three years to actually get married. The actress from The Morning Show said in a July 2013 interview with the Associated Press, “We just want to do it when it’s ideal, and we’re not rushed, and no one is rushing from a work or rushing to a job.” Furthermore, “you know, we already feel married.”
They planned their August 2015 wedding down to the last detail. To celebrate Theroux’s special day, the couple invited close friends and family to their California home for a small gathering. Guests instead got to witness the exchange of vows between the couple.
The actress from Girl on the Train told Rhapsody magazine in July 2017 that marriage “makes the minor things much smaller and the big things small.” To paraphrase, “You have a friend. Knowing that someone has your back is a wonderful feeling.
Nonetheless, the couple divorced less than three years after their wedding. They released a joint statement to Us Weekly in February 2018 saying, “In an effort to prevent any additional speculation, we have decided to announce our separation.” At the close of last year, we came to the mutual and loving choice to end our relationship as a couple but to maintain our close friendship.
Despite the fact that they broke up romantically, they have stayed in touch and fulfilled their pledge to keep their “cherished relationship” alive.
We didn’t have that dramatic split, and we love each other,” Theroux told Esquire in April 2021. Honesty requires me to admit that I value our friendship greatly. We can’t be friends and provide each other delight at the same time.
Who Is Jennifer Aniston Dating Now?
According to Rumors, Jennifer Aniston Has a New Boyfriend Who “was Never a Fan of Hers or Friends.”
The Insider Told in Touch that They “had Much in Common.”
“he’s Genuine, Charming, Funny, and Reassuring to Be Around. This Man Has Earned Her Confidence.”
In Addition, the Source Said “that “he Was Never a Fan of Hers or Friends,” Which She Found Really Refreshing, Is One of Her Favorite Things About Him.
“The Three of Them—Jen, Courteney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow—are Quite Close and Have Encouraged Her to Start Dating and Branch Out.
At the Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 19, 2020, the Friends Actress and Her Ex-Husband Brad Pitt Were Spotted Together, Fueling Rumors that They Were Back Together.
They have Seen Holding Hands and Giving Each Other Appreciative Glances Throughout the Evening.
Brad Reportedly Surprised Jen with A Gift for Her 50th Birthday, and The Two Were Spotted Holding Hands and Conversing at Her Reception at The Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles.
In the Year 2020’s December, Brad Attended Jen’s Christmas Party.
Who Has Jennifer Aniston Married?
Jennifer Aniston’s First Marriage Was to Actor Brad Pitt in 2000; the Couple Later Divorced.
In 2005, After Being Together for Five Years, the Pair Decided to Separate, Devastating Their Many Followers.
Jennifer and Justin Theroux Got Engaged in 2012, and They Wed in August 2015.
However, in February 2018, the Pair Announced Their Decision To Separate.