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Fooled: Jennifer Aniston's Fans Post Fake Wedding Dress

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Sadly, the post on Facebook isn't the real deal.

While there's been details surrounding when and where Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux got married, who the officiant was, and who designed Aniston's wedding ring, little is known about what the famous bride wore to tie the knot.

See more 10 Times Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Made Us Believe in Love (Again)

That is, until Sunday night, when an unverified Facebook page that allegedly belonged to Aniston posted a photo of a white wedding gown with a long train, showing a bride with her hair in a low ponytail. Naturally, fans and the media alike believed the dress was the real deal. Sadly, it's not.

The image is actually a photo from bridal salon Dimitrius Dalia's fashion campaign for its 2014 collection, according to Us Weekly.

Perhaps the URL, which clearly indicates "JAnistonFans," should have been a clue that the image was fake. But we get it, we're dying to see what Aniston wore, too.

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