Jennifer Aniston news: FRIENDS star is new face of Emirates airlines? honeymoons in Bora Bora after marrying Justin Theroux at Bel-Air mansion


Former “F.R.I.E.N.D.S.” star Jennifer Aniston finally married longtime beau Justin Theroux on Wednesday night at their Bel-Air mansion in Los Angeles.

The secret ceremony is said to have been attended by around 70 friends and co-stars including Courtney Cox as the maid-of-honor, Jason Bateman, Lisa Kudrow, Ellen Degeneres, Howard Stern, Chelsea Handler, Emily Blunt, Sia, John Krasinski, Terry Richardson, Portia de Rossi, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Sandra Bullock, Will Arnett, Tobey Maguire, Jennifer Mayer, Scott Campbell, Lake Bell, Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Crudup, Whitney Cummings and Kathryn Hahn.

Aniston has gushed previously over her husband and told People, “He’s just so beautiful and handsome to me. He’s just like a lost gem in the sand, and he’s just always been there and been brilliant, and now this is just in a different light.”

TMZ reports that according to their sources, Aniston covered up the event as a celebration of Theroux’s 44th birthday party in order to surprise guests. The sources added that a giant shed was put up to hide all the preparations for the party and the phones of the staff were confiscated days leading to the event.

Before the celebration started, a huge cake with two muppet-like toppers were seen being delivered to the house and a man dressed as a pastor also arrived, the report added.

Rumors have it that the couple are spending their honeymoon in Bora, Bora, at the same resort where they celebrated their second anniversary and where they had Theroux’s birthday last year. Some photographs showed that Cox and Bateman may have joined their holiday at the Polynesian paradise.

Moreover, following the news of the wedding, sources told Page Six exclusively that Aniston has landed as the new face of Emirates airlines, the biggest international carrier based in Dubai. The $5 million deal consists of both TV and print advertisement campaigns.

Aniston’s representatives have not commented on the report.