Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's wedding is one of the most anticipated events of the year, but it might not even happen in 2013. The nuptials are reportedly on hold, according to People magazine, and no new date has been set.
In February, reports claimed the 44-year-old and her screenwriter beau were set to marry in March after she wrapped up filming on her latest movie. Her camp was supposedly trying to clear her schedule for a spring ceremony, but three months later and the two have yet to walk down the aisle.
So what gives? People magazine reports that Aniston's wedding has been postponed because of other commitments. Both she and Theroux are very busy with work and they have been caught up with finishing renovations on their $21 million, 8,500-square-foot Bel Air dream home.
"With all the work on the house, they just thought it was too much to plan a wedding as well," a source told People. "So they decided to step back and just focus on the house."
They might have more free time on their hands now, however, since they finally moved into their dream home late last month, according to E! News. Still, this summer will be a hectic one for the leading lady as she promotes her upcoming flick, "We're the Millers," out Aug. 9.
One insider told People "no new date has been set" for the nuptials. But another source who knows the couple professionally said that doesn't spell trouble in paradise. "Jen has a very happy life and doesn't want that to change. There are other priorities [besides marriage]. She's very busy," the source added. "Jen is crazy about Justin. And she can't wait to be his wife."
This isn't the first time Aniston's wedding date has come into question. Back in April, the Daily Mail reported that she decided to delay the big day until summer in order to focus on work. A source told the British tabloid the couple has been very relaxed when it comes to planning.
One thing is for certain: Aniston has some sexy plans for her wedding day hair.
"I like loose and natural hair because it goes against the formality of the dress," she told Marie Claire for the magazine's July issue. "Loose, like 'I just got out of bed, maybe had a romp' hair."