Despite tabloid reports to the contrary, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have not married and are not expecting a child. Aniston's rep emphatically denied rumors the "Cake" star and her longtime love have reached either of those milestone relationship events. 

OK! Magazine's latest cover story showed a photo of both Aniston and Theroux smiling with the tag line, "Pregnant Jen! Wedding in Paradise!" In the photo, the actress is seen posing with Theroux with one hand on her belly, fueling rumors she was already pregnant and had tied the knot with "The Leftovers" star.

"It's all made up," a rep for Aniston told Gossip Cop exclusively of the claims that the wedding had already happened and that the actress was expecting.

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Jennifer Aniston's rep emphatically denied that despite OK!'s reports, the "Cake" star is neither pregnant nor married.

The magazine also stated there were photos of a "$10,000 honeymoon suite," and that longtime pal Courtney Cox was a no-show at the event.

"The wedding is set for spring in Los Cabos, Mexico. [Aniston's] been nonchalant about the whole thing for so long, but now that the date is pinned down and the dress and venue are picked out. Jen's bubbling over with joy!" said a source to OK!.

"Jen's friends are abuzz with speculation that her sudden nuptial dash is due to a bun in the oven!" stated the tabloid as well, a rumor which Gossip Cop debunked.

Gossip Cop revealed the tabloid fabricated the tale by leading the reader to believeAniston was already pregnant and married on the cover while inside, revealing both the pregnancy and the wedding were anticipated events.

These types of rumors are nothing new to the "She's Funny That Way" star, who took on the constant media scrutiny of her relationship in an interview for the February issue of InStyle.

"I realize they need to sell magazines," the 46-year-old actress candidly revealed. "It's really getting old. What kills me is when friends send me pictures they've taken at a newsstand. One magazine says, 'Desperate and alone,' and the other one says, 'She's eloped!' I mean, at least consult."

"There's a big discussion in our house right now: Do you just do it and say screw it? Or do you try desperately to get away with [a secret ceremony] where you don't have any fun because you're hiding in a cave somewhere?" she continued. "If we could do it without all the buzzing and the noise, it can be done. When there's a will, there's a way."

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