Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

Friends is my favorite TV show. This hilarious sitcom has it all. Included in this is an actress who still has a name in Hollywood today, Jennifer Aniston. The actress recently appeared in a myriad of movies like “Cake,” “Horrible Bosses,” “Horrible Bosses 2,” and “We’re the Millers.” These are not her most riveting news to the day though, because she recently got married on August 5, 2015 to actor Justin Theroux from the TV show, “The Leftovers.”


Two of her friends co-stars, Matthew Perry, who played one of the main characters, Chandler Bing, and Matt LeBlance, who played another main character, Joey Tribbiani, were not invited to her wedding. Perry, on the show, played one of Aniston’s (as Rachel) closest friends. Leblanc, who played Joey did as well. Joey also served on the show as one of Rachel’s love interests for a short time. Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox were both at Jen’s nuptials. Cox was actually a maid of honor at the wedding, which was held in Theroux and Aniston’s Bel Air backyard.

Perry expressed his surprise to not receiving an invitation but is still extremely glad the two married and was happy for the two of them. The very secretive wedding was also commented on by LeBlanc, who also expressed his pleasure at the two marrying. Neither of the two, neither Perry nor LeBlanc knew of the affair.

LeBlanc admitted her was invited to Jennifer’s wedding to Brad Pitt before and had to decline because he had to tend to business abroad. Although David Schwimmer, who played Ross, Rachel’s love interest throughout Friends, was invited, there is no comment on whether he was in attendance or not.

 

 

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