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Jennifer Aniston Didn’t Want To Spend Her Birthday With Justin Theroux & Now Their Wedding Plans Are On Hold?!

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Sweet Cupid’s arrow, this doesn’t sound good!

We previously mentioned that Jennifer Aniston chose not to spend her birthday with her fiancé Justin Theroux, and now we know why!

And this doesn’t sound good, folks!

An insider explained the situation, saying:

“Justin asked Jen to come to New York City but she declined, citing the cold weather. She wanted to be in sunny Southern California with her friends. It’s absolutely indicative of the status of Jen and Justin’s relationship. There is absolutely no wedding talk or planning going on. Publicly the couple is saying it’s because they are just too busy with work, but if they wanted to get married, it would happen… The fact that Jen didn’t go to New York for Philip Seymour Hoffman’s funeral and to comfort Justin is another sign that their relationship is in trouble. Remember, Jen and Philip were in the movie Along Came Polly together in 2004, and they were friends. Her camp said Jen couldn’t go because of ongoing talks for her to be in an upcoming independent movie… Jen’s agent was brokering the deal, she wasn’t required to stay in Los Angeles.”

Noooo! We so want this couple to work out!

There’s no need to rush getting married, but it would at least be good if Jen and Justin saw each other once in awhile!

We hope they’re able to figure their love situation out, though they wouldn’t be the first couple who broke up while they were on different coasts.

[Image via WENN.]

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