Justin Theroux finds married life ''easy''.

The 'Leftovers' star tied the knot with Jennifer Aniston in August after being engaged for nearly three years and admits it has been ''really nice'' to call her his wife.

He said: ''Oh my god. It's really nice to say 'my wife'. I'm not [used to saying wife]. I don't want to get used to it for a while. It's nice to drop the fiancé moniker.

''There's just sort of an easy that comes with it that's really nice. I can't quite describe it. I guess it's one of those things that's like you know it when you see it, or feel it when you feel it for those who are married they'd know. But it's just something that settles and feels lovely and wonderful.''

And the 44-year-old actor insists he had no ''expectations'' of married life but admits it's something he's been wanting to do.

When asked by E! News if marriage felt how he expected it would, he added: ''I didn't have any expectation of how it would feel. I just knew I wanted to do it.''

Whilst the pair are glad to have finally tied the knot, they insist they've never been ''in a rush'' to get the official piece of paper.

She said: ''We weren't in a rush. It's not like we felt any less close to one another just because we didn't have a piece of paper to prove we were together.''