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Jennifer Aniston set to walk down the aisle this month

Jennifer Aniston set to walk down the aisle this month

ENGAGED:Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are set to get married this month. Photo: Associated Press

Engaged actors Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are planning to wed in Mexico by the end of the month, according to a new report.

The Hollywood couple, which became engaged in 2012, will reportedly exchange vows at San Jose del Cabo’s Flora Farm in Aniston’s favorite vacation spot, Cabo San Lucas, as the sun sets on July 26.

Just 50 of Aniston and Theroux’s closest friends and family, including celebrity pals Courteney Cox, Chelsea Handler, Sheryl Crow, Ben Stiller, Toby Maguire and comedian Jimmy Kimmel will be in attendance for the destination wedding, reports Star magazine.

A source says, “Jen wants this wedding to be casual. She wants her guests to feel as though they can kick their shoes off and join in on the dance floor…

“This evening for her will be all about making memories with those she loves the most. That’s what’s important to Jen now.”

The nuptials will be Theroux’s first and Aniston’s second – she was previously married to Brad Pitt.

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