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Justin Theroux: 'Valentine's Day never ends with wife Jennifer Aniston'

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Justin Theroux: 'Valentine's Day never ends with wife Jennifer Aniston'

Actor Justin Theroux spends a solid two months in a row lavishing his wife Jennifer Aniston with gifts ahead of Valentine's Day.

Lovers all over the world will be celebrating the romantic holiday on 14 February (16), but the Hollywood it-couple has a head start.

Jennifer celebrates her birthday on 11 February every year and her other half Justin pulls out all the stops to make her special day spectacular, with the 44-year-old The Leftovers star confessing he gets started on the gifts around Christmastime.

“It comes fast and furious, we have Christmas then New Year's, then we have her birthday and then Valentine’s day," he smiled Extra. “So she gets a solid of two months of just being lavished with some good stuff. I’m thinking of moving my birthday to January to break it up.”

Justin and Jennifer tied the knot in August (15) at their home in the affluent Bel Air neighbourhood of Los Angeles after being in a relationship since May 2011.

He is loving everything about being a newlywed, noting the honeymoon phase has yet to cease.

“Everything is wonderful, getting used to the arithmetic rhythms of shooting a television show, rushing home, going back to the show, going home, going to Rome for Zoolander," he detailed.

Justin stars in Zoolander 2, a parody comedy about the fashion industry, alongside Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, who portray iconic supermodel characters Derek Zoolander and Hansel respectively.

Although he would have loved for his actress wife to make a cameo in the picture, it proved to be impossible to get Jennifer on set.

“She was working, I couldn’t get her out there," he shared, before joking: "And we couldn’t afford it (her salary)… then I finally just gave it (the script) to her at breakfast one day, and she was like, 'Are you kidding me?'"

But in all seriousness Justin rehashed, "We did want her to be in it, it was just a scheduling thing.”

- Cover Media