Jennifer Aniston Weds Theroux in Secret Ceremony

Long over her marriage to Brad Pitt, actress Jennifer Aniston has wedded again, this time to actor and long-time beau Justin Theroux.

The couple exchanged vows Aug. 6 of their Bel Air estate, sources confirmed to the New York Daily News.

Photos started appearing on TMZ.com showing a pastor entering the property and a woman holding a cake topper with male and female figures dressed in wedding garb.

Celebrity pals, including Ellen DeGeneres, Howard Stern, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Ken Marino, Lake Bell and jewelry designer Jen Meyer, were photographed arriving at the swank soiree.

Aniston’s Friends castmates Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox also attended the exchange of vows — with Cox being the last to leave around 3 a.m., People.com reported.

Not long after, the newlyweds were seen boarding a private jet out of Los Angeles and said to he heading off – no, not to a Greek island – but to Bora Bora, People magazine reported.

Theroux and Greek-America’s sweetheart Aniston met during the writing of the 2008 Ben Stiller flick Tropic Thunder and got engaged on his birthday in 2012.

“There’s a big discussion in our house right now: Do you just do it and say screw it? Or do you try desperately to get away with (a secret ceremony) where you don’t have any fun because you’re hiding in a cave somewhere?” she told InStyle magazine for its February cover.

Theroux, who plays an edgy police chief on HBO’s apocalyptic drama “The Leftovers,” told the Daily News last year that Aniston was the one he’d want by his side after the rapture.

“That’s who I would want to bring with me,” he said.


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