During the press conference for her latest film We're the Millers in New York, the former Friends actress revealed that the couple are in no rush to walk down the aisle. "We just want to do it when it's perfect, and we're not rushed, and no one is rushing from a job or rushing to a job," she explained.
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"We have yet to set any date," added Jennifer.
The pair who "already feel married", according to Jennifer, got engaged on Justin's birthday on 10 August 2012 after dating for more than a year.
"There have been no cancelled weddings," said Jennifer. "There have been no postponed weddings. There have been no arguments about where to get married. Just clearing all that up."
Jennifer recently told E! News how her fiancé accidently broke her toe by stepping on it.
"Not to out my sweet, sweet fiancé, but he has big feet and wears these boots. He stepped on my toe. Broke it. I felt it," she explained.
In recent weeks, the actress has been spotted in New York filming her new film Squirrels to the Nuts in the Big Apple, alongside fellow actors Owen Wilson, Cybill Shepherd and Eugene Levy.
The comedy film is about a Broadway director who falls madly in love with an actress and helps her career.
Jennifer has been sporting a short bob wig for the role, prompting talk about her evolving hairstyles over the past two decades.
Her '90s haircut was dubbed "The Rachel", after her role as Rachel Green in the hit comedy series Friends, but Jennifer has revealed that she had to clip in hair pieces during filming as her hair used to fall out.
"I couldn't get it to grow because it just kept breaking," she said.
Nowadays Jennifer is seen with a much simpler blow-dried straight hairstyle.