An unseen clip from behind-the-scenes of the movie where love blossomed for Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, shows the exact moment the now-separated couple fell in love.
While the pair have just announced they're parting ways after two years of marriage, their romance had once been likened to a fairytale when Justin became the man who gave Jen, 49, her happy-ever-after, following her devastating divorce from ex-Brad Pitt in 2005.
Despite their saddening break-up, a bloopers reel from the 2012 movie Wanderlust shows the pair were once totally smitten, with Jen unable to remain a straight face as Justin filmed one of his hilarious scenes.
Their characters filmed a handful of scenes together in the rom-com, which also starred Justin's mate Paul Rudd, but it's their off-screen chemistry that really confirms these two shared a special spark.
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As Justin reels of one of his gags in the movie, Jennifer can be seen cracking up hysterically.
It was also reported that a DVD extra involving the pair showed the magnetism between them.
Friends star Jen previously denied anything happening between them until after filming wrapped, calling all suggestions they hooked up on set a 'rumour' to ABC News in 2012.
"Nothing happened," she told the publication. "We were just friends, great friends, on the movie."
Jennifer and Justin's decision to separate 'was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year,' according to the Marley & Me star's publicist, Stephen Huvane
The pair — who became engaged in 2012 and married in August 2015 — have insisted they are 'two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship.'
"Above all, we are determined to maintain the deep respect and love that we have for one another," they added.
It follows speculation Jen is reportedly reuniting with her ex-Brad Pitt, almost 13 years after they divorced.
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