After just two months of dating, Jen and Justin are reportedly saying the ‘L’ word and planning a wedding, but our expert says it needs to stop now!
Is Jennifer Aniston setting herself up for another heartbreak? HollywoodLife.com spoke with Beverly Hills based body language expert Dr. Lillian Glass, who looked at photos of Jen and her new beau Justin Theroux leaving the after party of Horrible Bosses in London on July 20 and the following day at Heathrow Airport, and believes it does not bode well.
“They are not like-minded,” Dr. Glass says. “They are not in step with each other [at the airport] In the photos from the after party she’s looking down and hiding her face. Justin is looking ahead. This is not a good match. Justin has tension in his face, and Jen has tension in her jaw.”
We thought the photos seemed as though Justin was protecting Jen from the paparazzi.
“The fact that he is walking ahead and her stride is so wide to keep up isn’t good either,” Dr. Glass says. “If he was trying to protect her he’d have his arm around her, they’d be shoulder to shoulder. This doesn’t foretell to anything good.”
Dr. Glass adds that even when they hold hands it looks forced: “There’s a lot of discomfort in his hand, his hand is cupped — it means there’s a lot of ambivalence.”
But even though our expert believes there’s no chemistry between this new Hollywood couple, a new report claims they’re pre-engaged! Jen was spotted wearing a gold ring with her name on it in June and shortly after Justin was sporting the exact same one! Then at the Horrible Bosses premiere in LA, Jen wore a huge diamond ring — she hadn’t worn a ring on her left hand since her divorce from Brad Pitt in 2005!
“We keep saying, ‘whats with the rings?'” a source says. “It’s only been a few weeks!’ But she says it feels right.”
— Chloe Melas
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