Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux may have called it quits after being together for seven years, but the love between them still remains. The stunning couple has always had a loving relationship, even expressing in their joint statement that they "look forward to continuing our cherished friendship" and are determined to maintain the love and respect they have for each other.
As we say goodbye to this Hollywood couple, we're rounding up the sweetest quotes they have told ET about one another.
"I've known Justin for, like, five years. We met when he was doing Tropic Thunder," Aniston told ET back in 2012. "We were just really good friends and none of that was making sense. We were just all having fun shooting the movie."
"He's just a good human being," she added. "He's just a really solid, good, kind, smart, funny, so funny."
"We didn't come to find love on the set at all," Theroux explained to ET during the Wanderlust junket. I've known Jen for five years or so, but that happened after the film was already wrapped and done. So it had no bearing on the film whatsoever."
"She's just a wonderful person," he added. "She's kind, lovely, funny, talented."
When asked to name three great things about her beau during the Life of Crime junket, Aniston shared, "His warmth, his kindness, his talent," adding, "I have more."
"Justin lifts me up in all sorts of ways," the former Friends star gushed to ET during a Cake junket.
"We do dinner almost every night together," the Zoolander 2 stud shared about how he and his wife spend their time together. "Movie night, date nights... We have a couple good friends that come over and we do movie nights."
When asked what the compliment he gives his lovely lady the most, he instantly praised her beauty.
"She's beautiful. Not to be corny, but it's true," he revealed. "I constantly say that."
"He is the life of the party," Aniston affirmed during an interview with ET. "People are very bummed when he's not there, which makes me feel great."
When ET caught up with Aniston while she was promoting Mother's Day, she made it clear that she was more than content with married life.
"I literally wake up every day and feel very lucky. I feel very fortunate," she said. "I got a good one -- a very sweet, kind man."
While promoting his film, The Girl on the Train, Theroux spoke with ET about the secret behind his marriage.
"We appreciate each other's sense of humor, we respect one another and we get along," he shared. "I know it sounds simple, but it's true!"
At the HBO Golden Globes party, Theroux couldn't wait to go home and be with his lady.
"I'm actually trying to get home, which is why I almost skipped this interview because I got my girl, and some friends in their pajamas who have delayed the show an hour so I can get back and watch the end of it with them," he told ET.
Theroux reflected on the benefits of having a relaxed, low-key, clandestine wedding ceremony, explaining, "It's so much more special when it's just your closest friends and family and it's lovely… [we] wanted it to be a peaceful environment, you don't want it to be hectic."
Speaking with ET at a press junket for the final season of his show, The Leftovers, Theroux explored the possibilities of working again with his wife.
"If the right thing came around I would definitely [write] it," he said. "We toss around ideas occasionally, but it's got to be something I want to write and something she wants to act in, which is harder than you might thin… But yeah, it would be fantastic if we were able to do something together."
Even while announcing their separation, the couple expressed much love for one another.
"This decision was mutual and lovingly made at the end of last year. We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship," the joint statement read. "Above all, we are determined to maintain the deep respect and love that we have for one another."