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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have reportedly delayed their wedding plans. While it was previously alleged that a lack of preparation was to blame, sources have since claimed that the actress' ex-husband Brad Pitt and fiance Angelina Jolie are the main reason.
Pitt, 49, and Jolie, 37, have reportedly set a wedding date during the summer and Aniston, 44, was initially scheduled to marry Theroux, 41, around the same time.She reportedly wants to avoid any perceived overlap.
"She does not want her day associated with them," a source told Us weekly magazine.
The former "Friends" star initially considered moving her date up in order to get married before Pitt, but Theroux allegedly had objections.
"Justin got weirded out by all the rushing," the source said.
Aniston, who divorced Pitt in 2005 following reports of an affair with Jolie, has reportedly put her wedding plans on hold entirely.
"Nothing has happened on that front in a month," the source shared.
The Emmy award-winning actress is said to be too overwhelmed with work to proceed with wedding plans at the moment. She and Theroux, who began dating in 2010, have are also occupied in their free time redecorating their $21 million Bel Air mansion.
"She has been cranky from this stress," an insider revealed. "Justin's never seen her like this."
Jolie, who reportedly began dating Pitt one month after Aniston filed for divorce, reportedly has most of her wedding plans underway.
Lucille Michel, who works as a florist, opened up about Pitt and Jolie's wedding day ceremony in an interview with Grazia magazine U.K. He has reportedly been hired by the Hollywood couple.
"Guests will travel past water fountains and Shetland ponies leaping as they go up the two-mile long drive to the house," Michel told Grazia magazine. The event is scheduled to take place at the couple's Chateau Miraval estate in the South of France.
"When the guests park, they'll see the family of elephants. Brad hopes it will make them smile," he continued adding. "Apparently, the elephants were the children's idea."