Though Jennifer Aniston has been dating her "Wanderlust" co-star Justin Theroux since last spring, and the couple has been constantly photographed together from Los Angeles to London, Aniston has stayed mum about her new man … until now, that is. So what does she reveal in her new interview with InStyle magazine? The story of how the two fell madly in love on set? Plans for tying the knot and starting a family? Nope. Instead, the former "Friends" star shares her opinion on her boyfriend's fashion sense.
"First of all, he has great style -- it's very specific, and it has been his style forever," she says in the magazine's March issue. "Has it influenced mine? No, but I know people say it has. 'Oh, look, you're dressing alike.' And I think, No I'm not. I've had this jacket for three years!"
The actress -- who had a very public marriage and subsequent split with fellow actor Brad Pitt -- also admits that it took some romantic failures to find a success. "Having experienced everything you don't want in a partner over time, it starts to narrow down to what you actually do want," she explains. "As I get older I realize what qualities are important in love and what suits me. And what I won't settle for."
Of course, like or not, the media staple will forever be linked to Pitt and the woman he's now famously raising six children with -- Angelina Jolie. Though the tabloids have painted Jolie as a homewrecker and Aniston as the jilted wife, Aniston insists you shouldn't always believe what you read. "The triangle with my ex-husband -- and that there's a feud there.
It's constant. It's a story headline that won't go away." The story, she says, is way for media outlets to make money and, in truth, "has nothing to do with reality." (Ironically, Aniston was on the other side of the "triangle" last year when Theroux reportedly left his long-time girlfriend around the time he started up his relationship with Aniston.)
And though many might think of Jennifer Aniston as one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, being a female over 40 (she turns 43 on February 11) with a career in a youth-obsessed industry like show business can be a little disconcerting for anyone, even an A-lister.
"You know what makes me feel old? When I see girls who are 20-something, or the new crop of actresses, and think, Aren't we kind of the same age?" Aniston confesses. "I don't feel my age. I feel young every day."
The March issue of InStyle hits newsstands on February 10.