Jennifer Aniston Marries Justin Theroux: Wedding Party In Back Yard of Bel-Air Mansion

Jennifer Anniston Marries Justin Theroux: Wedding Party In Back Yard of Bel-Air Mansion

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are FINALLY married, after what seems to be the longest Hollywood engagement… ever. It seems like every other month a tabloid is reporting that Men and Justin got married in a secret wedding, but this time it is the real deal (we think). According to a new report from TMZ, Jen and Justin got married in a super secret wedding ceremony at their Bel-Air mansion on Wednesday August 6.

TMZ reports that Jennifer told everyone it was a surprise birthday party for Justin Theroux, but no one is buying it. Some A-List celebs like Chelsea Handler, Howard Stern, and Lisa Kudrow were all in attendance for the fake birthday party. TMZ snapped a photo of the cake that was being carried in to Jen’s house, and it looks an awful lot like a wedding cake – not a birthday cake. Also, a pastor arrived dressed in his holy gear, with a bible in hand. Who invites a pastor and his bible to their 44th birthday party? To add to the suspicions, Jen had a huge shed built in her backyard to hide the party supplies from hovering paparazzi in helicopters. Birthday party? Pshhh – no one is buying it.

So, after three years why would Jennifer and Justin FINALLY decide to get married in a secret wedding? Well, Life & Style Magazine reported this week that the couple has already filed paperwork to adopt a baby girl. That would explain their sudden desire to make their union legal, everyone knows it is much easier for a married couple to adopt a child than it is for two people who have just been living together for three years.

Do you think that Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are finally married? Did they say their “I Do’s” to make the adoption process easier? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Update: Reports confirm that Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are married and headed on their honeymoon to French Polynesia.

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