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Gifts from Aniston and Theroux Are Donations to Charity

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Happy Holidays from celebrity couple Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux. The two showed their holiday spirit by sending a joint Christmas card. Seems like things are pretty serious with these two!

In addition to wishing their family and friends the best this holiday season, the two also made a donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Best Friends Animal Society.

The card, obtained by Lainey Gossip, reads “We wish you and your family a holiday season full of happiness and joy,” and informs the recipient that “a donation has been made in your name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Best Friends Animal Society. With warmth and love, Jen and Justin.”

Aniston is a well-known animal lover, who even got a tattoo etched on the inside of her right foot in memory of her dog Norman. She also is an avid supporter of St. Jude’s and she appears in their advertisements on TV.

Aniston, 42, and Theroux, 40, met on the set of their movie “Wanderlust” and have been together for seven months. The Hollywood couple seems to know what the holiday season is about!

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