Jennifer Aniston doesn't want prenup because of 'true love'

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JENNIFER Aniston allegedly doesn't want a prenuptial agreement.

Although the 44-year-old actress is worth an estimated $150 million, she is so sure about her relationship with fiancé Justin Theroux that she hasn't asked the screenwriter to sign an agreement to protect her assets should they split.

A source said: "Jen's absolutely adamant about not having a prenup. She told several friends, 'I'm choosing love, not money.' And people are just going to have to deal with it.

"It's a sweet and romantic thing to do but a number of friends are desperately worried her decision will come back to haunt her one day.

"No one doubts that this is a true love match and of all of the guys she's been with, everyone's confident he's a keeper. But to lay everything on the line for him seems an unnecessary risk."

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However, Justin is trying to convince the 'Friends' star to draw up a prenup because he doesn't want people to think he is just after her money.

The source added to US OK! magazine: "Justin really wants a prenup because the last thing he wants is to be branded a gold-digger.

"He's got enough self-assurance to not feel intimidated by her fortune and he wants Jen to know that even if the marriage ends he will never take a dime from her.

"When he first brought it up she was blown away. But Justin has always made a point of paying his own way.

"Her engagement ring took a huge chunk of his fortune so she's 100 per cent sure he's not after her cash."



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