See What Justin Theroux Really Thinks of Wife Jennifer Aniston's Success
You know it's real love when your partner is nothing but supportive of your success-even when you're both working to succeed in the same industry. Not sure how that's supposed to work? Take a look at Justin Theroux, who only has the sweetest things to say about his wife Jennifer Aniston.
While Aniston is well known for her skill with comedy (calling all Friends fans), Theroux admits he's grateful to be able to use her skills to help him out with his own work-and even went so far as to admit he's happy he doesn't have to compete against her! "I have very funny friends and a very funny wife," Theroux said, according to People. "I bounce ideas off of them. If I get a deep belly laugh, I know I've hit something."
"She's successful for a reason…we're not in competition," the actor added in an interview with Esquire. "If I was competing for the same job as her, I might be less forgiving." Theroux went on say that Aniston is one of the first people he turns to when he's working on a new project, and even hinted that the couple, who were married in 2015, might even be working on a new idea together in the future.
He also opened up about some of the less enjoyable parts of being married to an A-list celebrity, mentioning the barrage of rumors constantly surrounding their life together. But the constant attention hasn't kept the couple from building a strong foundation for their relationship, even if Theroux says he doesn't have it all figured out. "I'm not giving any marriage tips," he said. "I am no brighter than any man."
It looks like he's doing pretty well to us! And in the meantime, we'll keep an eye out for any sign the couple is working together creatively.
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