Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux Look for Wedding Location

They're planning on tying the knot in Crete this summer, says report

  Jennifer Aniston is reportedly planning to marry Justin Theroux in Greece in July
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux may have only been dating for a little over a year, but they're convinced they're meant to be. They've been looking for possible wedding locations, a new report claims.

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux may have only been dating for a little over a year, but they're convinced they're meant to be. They've been looking for possible wedding locations, a new report claims.

Aniston's family hails from Greece and, since she never liked that paparazzi and the media constantly intruded in her life, she's thinking this could be the place for a low-key ceremony.

As TMZ puts it, it is supposed to take place over the summer, with Aniston and Theroux thinking Crete could be just the right place to host it.

“Jennifer Aniston and boyfriend Justin Theroux are planning a wedding thousands of miles away from Hollywood,” TMZ says.

“Sources connected with the Elounda Beach Hotel in Crete (where Aniston's dad was born, located about 230 miles south of Greece) tell TMZ Aniston was there recently, scoping the place out. Our sources say Aniston mentioned a July wedding,” the same media outlet notes.

It even went as far as to find out what the hotel offers for couples in love looking to tie the knot, and the rates applied.

“One of the hotel big wigs says Aniston hasn't settled on his hotel for the nuptials, as he put it, 'She has connections on the other side of the island as well',” TMZ goes on to say.

The moment this report got out online, speculation began that, considering that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had just announced their engagement, it was only natural for Jennifer to go for a small wedding reception, instead of a fancy, mediated affair that would get people talking about how they were in “competition” once more.

While Jen's loyal fans can't but be thrilled by the report, her rep insists there's no truth to it.

Everything is “a total fabrication,” says the publicist.

“How is it that one of the most photographed people in the world supposedly goes to Greece to check out a hotel she never heard of and is not spotted or photographed?” he asks in a statement issued to deny the wedding rumor.

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