Last week it was claimed the engaged couple were trying to come up with their prenup, taking into consideration Jennifer’s alleged $112million fortune and Justin’s $19million worth.
After some discussion, sources say they’ve come to an agreement and are now ready to walk down the aisle.
“There’s been a lot of talk among friends that it could be at their Bel Air home on May 16. They came to an agreement after Justin scaled down his demands – at one point he suggested a £1.3million ‘cheating clause’, but that’s now off the table,” an insider told British magazine Grazia.
“Jen’s fortune is considerably greater than Justin’s, but if the marriage ends, she’ll now only pay out £1million.”
Justin popped the question in 2012, and the pair have made numerous red carpet appearances together at recent awards ceremonies, looking loved up and happy.
However it’s not just the difference in their fortunes that is said to have stalled wedding plans; family disagreements have also allegedly put a spanner in the works.
“Relations between Jen and Justin’s family have been fraught recently over the size and scale of the event. Justin’s mother Phyllis has been quite vocal about who she wants at the wedding, and while they both want to appease their families, they’d like to do it their own way,” the insider said.
But one thing the happy couple can look forward to is some quality time together following the nuptials.
Jennifer has had a great start to the year, receiving widespread critical acclaim for her role in movie Cake. While the serious subject matter of the film was a departure from the 46-year-old’s usual romcoms, friends say the actress is looking to take a break from acting.
“Jen hasn’t committed to any projects in 2015 – she wanted some time off so she and Justin can enjoy their special day,” the insider noted.