Wedding rumors? Breakup chatter? All of that is just noise to Jennifer Aniston, who opened up about her love, life, and relationship with fiancé Justin Theroux in her cover story for the new December/January issue of Harper's Bazaar.
She started off the interview by discussing the long road she's taken to get to her current happy place. "I've had more fun post-40 than I can remember, from a work point of view, a physical point of view, a psychotherapeutic point of view," the Friends star told the magazine, adding that she took a break from dating to focus on herself. "It really helped me get to a place where I was more comfortable with myself, truly ready for love and for a partner. The past wasn't 'less than.' It was extremely important to my growth as a woman."
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After lightly touching on what we can only assume was a reference to ex-husband Brad Pitt, Aniston called herself "a forgiving person." More adorable, though, was her answer when asked about her creative crush.
"Justin Theroux," she said. "Not only is he a great actor but he's one of the best comedy writers out there. And he directs and paints murals. I just think it's so attractive to be that good at so many things and to have no ego. He's one of the most humble, decent human beings. He's not an ass. He's not like some of our friends who are young and up-and-coming and they hit celebrity, and all of a sudden you're like, 'Oh! You're different. Now you don't say hi to people?'"
Part of her admiration of him is his comfort with the glare of public attention since they embarked on their relationship in April 2011. "He's just been doing it so graciously and gracefully, and it's a strange ballpark to walk into. He's in his body, for sure. He's a pretty realized person."
Though she didn't mention anything about an upcoming wedding (they've been engaged since August 2012), she gushed about their compatibility. "It's almost impossible to get bored with one another," she added. "We've tried so hard! And even that's interesting because his eyes are so pretty, but we can entertain ourselves and talk about endless things, which is pretty great."