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Newlywed life is certainly blissful for Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux! The couple — who tied the knot in a super-secret backyard wedding in August — might have gotten back from their Bora Bora honeymoon almost two months ago, but they're still living in newlywed heaven.
"Jen and Justin are very happy," an Aniston insider told People of the Hollywood twosome. "They still act like they are in the honeymoon phase."
Even though the couple is certainly enjoying their newly minted status as a married couple, their jobs keep them from being by each other's side at every moment. Theroux has been busy filming season two of his HBO drama The Leftovers in Austin, Texas, forcing the newlyweds to enjoy married bliss long-distance — a fact that neither of them are too keen on.
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"It's horrible being apart from your spouse," Theroux told Extra at the show's Austin premiere, which also marked the couple's first red carpet appearance as a married pair. "She's been here a bunch of times and visited, I sneak back when I can go see her — we make it work."
Needless to say these two must have been very excited to be reunited at The Leftovers premiere Saturday Night — and it showed. The couple "seemed very much infatuated with each other" when they arrived. "They were very close and cuddly" on the red carpet, said the onlooker, adding that Aniston blew kisses to her husband as he did interviews.
The famous newlyweds' summer wedding at their Bel Air, California home included a guest list of family and famous friends including her Friends pals Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow as well as Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, Sandra Bullock, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, with Jimmy Kimmel officiating the ceremony.
Despite the forced distance because of work and travel, Theroux is still happy to gush about married life. "It's fantastic," he told Robin Roberts on Good Morning America. "Something really does shift in a wonderful way and it refocuses things and in a weird way, it was a long time coming."