Aniston's father 'orders Theroux to be more considerate'

Aniston's father 'orders Theroux to be more considerate'

Jennifer Aniston's dad has reportedly ordered Justin Theroux to be "more considerate".

The 'Cake' actress' father John Aniston reportedly shares her frustration that they have still not set a wedding date, over two years after getting engaged, and has intervened to warn the 'Leftovers' star to appreciate Jennifer more and be more supportive.

A source said: "John called Justin to get to the bottom of why there's been no wedding.

"He told Justin he needs to be more considerate if he's going to hold on to Jen."

And the 45-year-old actress is said to have warned Justin, 43, she needs his support as she prepares to promote her Oscar-tipped movie 'Cake' and as a result he has been by her side at more high-profile events and engagements.

The source told Britain's Grazia magazine: "Justin previously planned to spend much of November and December in New York working on casting calls for 'The Leftovers' second series, plus holding meetings for other projects.

"But these commitments have now been pushed back so he can show Jen some solidarity. They've been spending a lot of time apart recently and it seems to have finally hit home for Justin that he wasn't being as supportive as he could be."

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