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Jennifer Aniston, Harper's Bazaar April 2016

Camilla Akrans / Harper's Bazaar

Married life looks pretty good on Jennifer Aniston.

The 47-year-old actress wed Justin Theroux, the 44-year-old star of HBO's The Leftovers, in August 2015. This marks the second marriage for Aniston, who was married to Brad Pitt for five years until 2005. She and Theroux began dating in 2011 and moved into together months later.

"Married life is so normal and fun and not much different," Aniston told Harper's Bazaar magazine. "We felt married for so long."

The actress appears on the cover of the outlet's April 2016, as well as in a stunning photo spread that shows her wearing a cleavage-baring silver Anthony Vaccarello dress and a $1,125 black, risqué  Versus Versace gown that shows off her legs. She also got to hold a hawk while sporting a black and white, half-sheer, lace Alexander Mcqueen gown.

Jennifer Aniston, Harper's Bazaar April 2016

Camilla Akrans / Harper's Bazaar

Jennifer Aniston, Harper's Bazaar April 2016

Camilla Akrans / Harper's Bazaar

One of the things that keeps couples happy is laughter—especially if both people share a similar sense of humor.

"Man, I think everyone's so freakin' politically correct lately. It's becoming a real drag. I like making jokes," Aniston told Harper's Bazaar. "I'm lucky because Justin is the funniest person I've met, and we make each other laugh. Laughter is one of the great keys to staying youthful."

Her diet and exercise regimen probably helps with that as well; The actress, who is known for her fab figure, works out five days a week, avoids sugar and eats healthy greens.

"I feel better in my 40s," she told the magazine. "Not only do you feel better in your body physically, but you're mentally better. Because, say, in your 20s, you didn't know s--it. For me, in my 30s I was just trying to figure it all out. Then when you hit 40, you're like, 'Oh, okay. I got this."

"There are women who've hit 50 who are stunners, like shocking," she added. "We just take better care of ourselves."