Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux Finally Set A Wedding Date?

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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have been together for quite some time.

They began dating in 2011 and announced their engagement a year later in August of 2012. However, they've never set an official date to tie the knot.

The two have been so tight-lipped about setting a date that news outlets began reporting break-up rumors. But, that definitely isn't the case since several media outlets are now reporting they've finally set a date for their highly anticipated wedding!

According to Yahoo! Entertainment, a source close to the famed Friends actress recently spoke with OK! magazine about their intent to move forward with their wedding plans.

"It's really happening! Jen is excited beyond belief. She says it will be the best day of her life," the source said.

Although the date has reportedly been scheduled, the source revealed the We're The Millers actress still isn't revealing the actual date or wedding venue.

"If you try asking, she'll change the subject to keep everybody guessing," the source added. "Neither of them wants a huge, glitzy wedding."

Is the news true? The couple has yet to confirm or deny the report.

Ironically, Theroux recently touched on the subject of marriage during his interview with Australia's TV Week magazine. He admitted the pressure from the public to get married is quite stressful, but they're moving at their own pace.

"There is this hum of pressure that - I can't stress enough - I just don't pay any attention to," Theroux said. "But I am not going to let a tabloid tell me what to do. ...I'm not going to watch them tap their watch. What the h--l are you telling me to do?

"We're just doing our own thing. We are completely happy, obviously, but we're not on anyone else's timeframe," he added.

Obviously, they're both in agreement because the Emmy Award-winning actress has also expressed that she's not in a hurry to get married either. "We just want to do it when it's perfect, and we're not rushed, and no one is rushing from a job or rushing to a job," she said.