'Beginning of the end' for Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux
Jennifer Aniston is apparently so lonely without Justin Theroux, she's moved out of their house.
Justin is currently in New York shooting his latest project The Leftovers, while Jennifer holds the fort in Los Angeles.
The couple have been faced with numerous rumours that they've parted ways, but sources say 45-year-old Jennifer has simply moved out of their California home because she's lonely by herself.
"Jen feels like she's been rattling around the Bel Air mansion, now that Justin's been in New York for such a long time. She's been terribly lonely and started spending more time with friends such as Courteney [Cox] and Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi," an insider commented to British magazine Grazia.
"Her dad offered to move in with her, but instead, two weeks ago, she packed up some things and moved into a rental in Malibu that overlooks the sea. It's very private and cosy and practically next to Courteney."
The former Friends stars have maintained a close relationship since the show ended in 2004.
Jennifer also gets on well with Courteney's boyfriend Johnny McDaid, and has been hanging out with the couple as much as she can.
"Jen's now really toying with the idea of selling their Bel Air home. Even though they've only had it for a year or so, it seems she's happy to sell. It was supposed to be their marital home, but as that still hasn't happened, Jen feels turning a year older is a good opportunity to move on," the source added.
While neither Jennifer nor Justin have commented on their relationship, friends close to the stars say things don't look good.
Despite getting engaged in 2012, a date for the wedding has yet to be set.
"Things have really deteriorated. They've barely spoken for weeks. It really does feel like the beginning of the end," a source recently said.
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