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Jennifer Aniston looks gorgeous and in-love at the premiere of 'The Leftovers'

Looking radiant and deeply in love, Jennifer Aniston lit up the red carpet to show her support for fiance Justin Theroux at the premiere of his new HBO series 'The Leftovers'. We have not seen much of Aniston lately on red carpets, but this appearance in New York city was worth the wait. Jennifer was casually sexy in a black blouse with unbuttoned neckline, and a black miniskirt that showed off her signature toned, tanned legs. She wore her glossy hair in loose, tousled waves past her shoulders, and kept the accessories to a minimum—just earrings, a gold watch, and her huge diamond engagement ring. Aniston has not made an official red carpet appearance in recent months. Her last major premiere was the Life of Crime debut at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival in September. Since then, she's been busy filming the movie Cake, for which she wears minimal makeup and sports a short brunette bob. At the premiere though, Aniston was as glamorous as a mega movie star she is!

Jennifer Aniston with fiance Justin Theroux at the premiere of HBO series 'The Leftovers'
Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images
Jennifer Aniston looks gorgeous and in love at the red carpet premiere of 'The Leftovers'
Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Theroux looked suave and dapper in a black suit and crisp white shirt by Dior Homme. The pair looked happy and everybody on the red carpet could feel the chemistry between the two love birds. Jennifer and Theroux have been engaged since 2012. At the red carpet in NYU Skirball Center, they couple wrapped their arms around each other's waists as they stood side-by-side. They were joined on the red carpet by Justin's co-stars Chris Zylka, Christopher Eccleston, Annie Q, Margaret Qualley, Charlie Carver, Max Carver, Natalie Gold, Emily Meade, and Frank Harts. The Leftovers, premiering June 29 on HBO, stars the actress' fiance as the chief of police in a fictional New York suburb following a global "Rapture" of sorts. The show is based on Tom Perrotta's novel of the same name