Jennifer Aniston likes a nice romantic picnic … in a graveyard

Jennifer Aniston likes a nice romantic picnic … in a graveyard

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux go on dates in graveyards.

Despite both stars being successful actors, the 'Cake' actress insists she and her fiance rarely bring their work home and find it easy to switch off by enjoying a romantic meal among dead bodies.

Asked if they talk about work at home, she said: "To be honest, we're like, 'Oh baby, how was your day? Man it's good, let's take a romantic picnic to the cemetery.'

"Justin is probably one of the funniest human beings that I've ever encountered, so I have the great fortune to laugh a lot.

"So I think that yeah, we don't actually take it home, but he does act beautifully on film and, like I say, we get to laugh a lot."

While Jennifer admits it can be frustrating having her personal life constantly speculated on, she and Justin do their best to ignore rumours and just "enjoy" their relationship.

She added to LOOK magazine: "I can't really explain why there seems to be this obsession when it comes to my personal life and the constant reports about me being pregnant.

"I just try to pay as little attention as I can and live my life. Things will happen at the right time.

"It's all about living your life and not being distracted by anything that's being said about you. You need to enjoy everything that's good and be grateful to have found each other."

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