Jennifer Aniston keeping wedding details private

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JENNIFER Aniston wants to keep her wedding details private.

The 'Cake' actress married actor Justin Theroux in a secret ceremony at their Bel Air home earlier this month, and though they had a "beautiful" day with their loved ones, she wants to retain the "luxury" of keeping the nature of the celebrations to herself.

She told 'Entertainment Tonight': "We had the beautiful luxury of having a beautiful private moment and I'm going to be selfish and keep it that way!"

And despite speculation about her wedding dress, the 46-year-old actress definitely won't be sharing any details about the gown.

Asked about her dress, she added: "I'm not telling you about any of that stuff!"

While Jennifer wants to keep the details private, her friend Ellen DeGeneres recently gushed that the big day was "amazing".

She said: "All of it was amazing. Jimmy Kimmel was hilarious and Sia sang and that was fantastic. It was just a fun night. It was a beautiful night.

"I love them both and they're both great people and deserve the happiness."

And another guest, DJ Howard Stern, revealed the couple had banned those in attendance from using their mobile phones in order to keep details under wraps.

He joked: "Why can't I have my cell phone? I don't want to take a picture of you two! I really don't.

"I want my cell phone so after I make this speech I can call my car and get the f**k outta here! People were laughing at my misery."

And the 61-year-old radio personality insisted it was out of character for the bride and groom as they usually love taking photographs together.

Speaking on his SiriusXM show, he added: "The irony is, I've been on vacation with those two, and they take pictures every f***ing minute! They're constantly shooting pictures. But if I take a picture, I'm committing a sin!"

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