Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux postpone wedding

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux
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JENNIFER Aniston has reportedly put her wedding on hold.

The 'Friends' actress and fiancé Justin Theroux were deep into planning a rumoured summer wedding, but are said to have postponed their nuptials due to increasingly busy work schedules and the ongoing renovation of their Bel Air mansion.

A source told People magazine: "Wedding bands were designed and Jen was deciding on a dress."

However, "wedding talk has stopped" in recent weeks as the busy couple overseeing the $6 million overhaul of their 8,500-square-foot home, which Jennifer purchased for $21 million last year.

Another insider said: "There are other priorities [besides marriage]."

Despite pushing their wedding back and their conflicting schedules, Jennifer, 44, and Justin, 41, are still committed to each other, but "they need to figure out a way to create a life that makes them both happy."

The source adds: "Jennifer can't wait to be [Justin's] wife."

The 'We Are the Millers' actress - who got engaged to Justin last summer - reportedly wants to tie the knot at her palatial new home in Los Angeles and is "freaking out" as renovations have yet to be completed.

A source said: "Jennifer is totally freaking out about the wedding.

"The ceremony is supposed to happen at the new house, but she is becoming more and more convinced that none of the preparations will be finished in time and the event will be a disaster. It's a total nightmare."

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