Jen

Grazia (UK) - - 10 Hot_ Stories -

Ever since Jen­nifer Anis­ton split with Justin Th­er­oux in Fe­bru­ary, her for­mer hus­band has been linked to a num­ber of A-list stars, in­clud­ing Emma Stone and Laura Har­rier. Jen’s love life, on the other hand, has been more un­der the radar. Now, though, Grazia un­der­stands that the for­mer Friends star has sought ad­vice from LA dat­ing coach Julie Fer­man.

‘A friend sug­gested she seek the ad­vice of a pro­fes­sional to help her in the dat­ing game,’ says an LA source. ‘Af­ter her split from Justin she vowed to re­main sin­gle, but now she’s hop­ing that, with Julie’s help, she’ll be able to move for­ward.’

‘As well as seek­ing pro­fes­sional ad­vice, Jen is re­ly­ing on her friends to set her up on dates,’ added another La-based source.

In an ex­clu­sive in­ter­view with Grazia, Julie told us what her agency of­fers: ‘My pro­grammes range in price but my top pro­gramme for VIP clients costs $10,000, where we work to­gether closely for six months. It in­cludes coach­ing, guid­ance and per­sonal in­tro­duc­tions with the end goal re­sult­ing in my client meet­ing their per­fect match. Right now, I’ve had 1,202 clients who have met The One,’ said Julie. ‘I’ve worked with many high-pro­file peo­ple who come to me be­cause they’re so well-known and can’t put them­selves out there on­line.’

Julie de­vises a ‘romance mar­ket­ing plan’ for her client. Firstly, she looks at ‘pat­terns in their dat­ing be­hav­iour’, and their suc­cess­ful re­la­tion­ships to de­ter­mine their ‘top three cri­te­ria’. The big­gest mis­take, she says, is ‘ve­to­ing a great suitor be­cause of a small is­sue like height’. Julie helps iden­tify ‘all those things we do by ac­ci­dent that serve to sab­o­tage our dat­ing re­sults and mod­ify be­hav­iour and that’s when we start to see re­sults’.

So is there a chance Jen might join Bum­ble? ‘If my client does want to use on­line dat­ing in ad­di­tion to my match­mak­ing com­mu­nity, I’ll also watch over their shoul­der while they do on­line dat­ing and guide them through it all.’ In­deed, Julie guides her client to ‘make the right choices’, she says. ‘I help them make their own magic.’

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