Former Friends star Michael Rapaport has let slip top secret details from Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's lavish $1million (£784,600) wedding.
The high-profile couple got hitched on a Malibu clifftop back in 2000, with estimates suggesting the ceremony that boasted 200 guests, 50,000 flowers, four bands, a gospel choir, and an epic fireworks display cost more than seven figures, but mystery has surrounded the top secret nuptials.
However, one of their guests has inadvertently blabbed about some of the expensive details the couple included to make their day feel extra special, and revealed that he still has souvenirs from their wedding day, more than two decades after they got hitched.
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Actor Michael, who starred alongside Jennifer in Friends when he played NYPD cop Gary for four episodes in season five, and also appeared in the 1993 cult romantic crime drama True Romance with Brad, was invited to the ceremony and said the couple had splashed out on a "wall of caviar" for the 200+ guests.
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live, Michael told host Andy Cohen that he had kept a pot of the caviar, and still eats it to this day. "I was at Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's wedding, they had a wall of caviar. I still have some saved over," he casually stated, prompting the shocked host to furiously ask: How have you been on this show 87 times and I've never talked to you about Aniston and Pitt's wedding?"
"Well, we dropped it now, and I'm still eating the caviar from there - I was shoving it down. Billy Preston performed! A lot of bucks there," Michael laughed. However, he kept quiet on other details from the nuptials, including the lobster wedding breakfast, and the $76,000 (£59,600) worth of security teams in force.
Sadly, Brad and Jennifer split just five years after their stunning ceremony, amid rumours of infidelity. As news broke of his divorce, the Fight Club star was pictured getting close with his Mr and Mrs Smith co-star Angelina Jolie, and the pair went public with their romance less than one year after his split from the Friends star.
Jennifer has rarely spoken about the breakdown of her marriage, but in an interview with Vanity Fair she confessed she went through "many stages of grief" after their marriage broke down. "I'm a human being, having a human experience in front of the world. I wish it weren't in front of the world. I try really hard to rise above it," she sadly shared.