Justin Theroux planning ruby gift for Jennifer Aniston
Los Angeles: Actor Justin Theroux is planning to buy fiancee Jennifer Aniston a huge ruby as it represents the qualities he wants to show her as a husband.
"Justin is planning to buy Jennifer a massive ruby because it symbolises devotion, integrity, courage and happiness and he wanted his gift to symbolise what he is offering her as her new husband. Once he finds the right stone, he will have it made into a necklace," a source told a website.
Theroux`s choices of jewellery for his fiancee have previously gone down well, with Aniston "overwhelmed" when he splurged on an eight carat diamond engagement ring.
The couple has been dating since last year and got engaged in August this year.
This will be Theroux`s first marriage, while Aniston was previously married to actor Brad Pitt. They split in 2005 after four-and-a-half years of marriage, and Pitt is now engaged to actress Angelina Jolie.
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