Jen & Justin's Marriage Doomed By The Honeymoon!

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's marriage was "doomed" before they even made it to Bora Bora for their honeymoon, a source exclusively revealed to

According to a source close to the couple, Aniston, 46, "insisted" she and Theroux invite friends on the trip shortly after their secret 2015 nuptials.

The source revealed the Friends actress thought having friends on the luxurious vacation would "lighten the mood."

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"Justin is very serious, all the time, and intense," the source explained. "It's not a good sign of the marriage when the newlyweds have to bring their pals along on the honeymoon."

"Almost all of their vacations were also with their group of friends," the source added. "They were never alone."

Of course, the former couple was also rocked by the death of a honeymoon guest, Hollywood assistant Carmel Musgrove, who drowned after a long night of partying with cocaine, marijuana and alcohol.

Justin Theroux

The A-list pair announced their split on February 15 after just two years of marriage. Within those two years, the pair "hardly ever lived together," exclusively reported. previously reported that Aniston already has an "ironclad" prenup with Theroux in place. The Hollywood screenwriter "hated that he was marrying someone that had a massive fortune," a source told

"The hope is that Justin won't fight the prenup, or drag this out," a source told "Jen is going to get through this, she has basically been a single, independent woman for the last two years."

The nasty split begs the question if Aniston could reconcile with single ex-husband Brad Pitt!

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