Jennifer Aniston's Honeymoon Sounds More Like an Episode of 'Friends' Than a Romantic Getaway

jennifer aniston justin theroux honeymoon Some newly married couples want to keep the celebration going as long as possible, and we get it, but would you invite multiple families to accompany you on your honeymoon? Newlyweds Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have been joined in Bora Bora by an all-star cast that includes Jimmy Kimmel, Jason Bateman, and their wives and kids.


We know Aniston loves to vacation with her BFF and former Friends costar Courtney Cox, so it shouldn't surprise us that she's brought an entourage with her. It does, however, make us ask: Is a group honeymoon the new group date? 

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We guess when you've been dating and living with someone for a while, having some pals along to enjoy large, lively dinners with might be more appealing than sharing intimate, candlelight ones. To each his own, right?
I will say this, my younger brother stayed with my husband and me on our honeymoon. He was traveling cross-country and low on cash so he spent a night on a pull-out couch and we bought him a buffet breakfast and sent him on his way. No big deal. Though eight years and three kids later when he tied the knot and we threatened to join him and his wife on their honeymoon, he looked slightly terrified. 
Which brings us to our next point: The Kimmels have a 1-year-old daughter while the Batemans have two little girls. We're sure they're adorable, but that certainly changes the dynamic of a romantic getaway, doesn't it? 
It'll be interesting to see if more celebs adopt this group-style honeymoon going forward. We're sure it's lots of fun. The more the merrier, right? 

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