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However, Aniston was much more willing to dish on her man a few years later, divulging details to Rolling Stone.
Because he was, you know, Brad Pitt, Aniston revealed in a 2001 interview that some of her friends were initially hesitant about their relationship but soon became "supportive" after meeting the actor.
"At first they're like, 'I hope he's not an asshole, some conceited f--k or whatever.' But you get past that in five minutes," she said, "Which is a real tribute to who he is. He just disarms you immediately. But, I mean, nobody went, 'Dude. Brad Pitt!' and gave me a thumbs up and a wink. They were just happy for me."
After less than a year of dating, Pitt proposed to Aniston, and after two years together, they said "I do" on July 29, 2000, in Malibu. Their lavish wedding, which cost a cool $1 million and had impressive security measures in place, was attended by her Friends co-stars (except for Matt LeBlanc, who was filming a movie), Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek and more A-listers. She promised to always make his "favorite banana milk shake." He agreed to "split the difference on the thermostat." There were actual fireworks.
"I had those typical jitters the day before my wedding," Aniston told Rolling Stone of the big day, "but the day of, I was just excited in a good way. The nice thing about weddings now is it's not just a chick thing. It's a team effort. The stereotype used to be men grumbling, like, ‘Why are you making me do this?' There's nothing more moving than seeing a man cry at his own wedding."