Just over two weeks after pulling of a super-secret wedding to now husband Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston is back to work. The "Cake" star appeared on "Good Morning America" on Thursday where she showed off her brand new wedding bling and gave host Nick Watt exclusive details about her big day. The wedding took place Aug. 5 and, while some lucky attendees have been kind enough to share details about the celebration, Aniston, 46, and her hubby have stayed tight-lipped about the affair-- until now.

During her appearance on ABC's popular morning show Aniston was, of course, asked to dish all the juicy details about her and Theroux's, 44, nuptials. The show's Twitter page shared a quote from the interview in which Aniston discusses how she and her man managed to keep the wedding a secret, especially given the big names on the guest list. She appears to have played it coy, avoiding giving Watt a real answer.

Her appearance on "GMA" is the second time she's stepped out since she and Theroux tied the knot. Her first professional outing came on Wednesday when she attended the red carpet premiere of "She's Funny That Way." According to Us Weekly, Aniston was sporting her wedding ring on the red carpet, although her new husband was nowhere to be seen. Theroux reportedly had to jet back to Austin, Texas, Monday to resume working on a project. The site reports that the ring is a gold band covered in diamonds. The beautiful and subtle piece is said to have been designed by close friend Jennifer Meyer. 

At this time very little is known about Aniston and Theroux's wedding, which took place at their home in Bel Air, California. Shortly after news broke that the couple had tied the knot, photos began circulating claiming to be of Aniston's wedding dress. A fan-run Facebook page shared a pictured of a thin blonde with her hair in a chic ponytail wearing a lacy gown with a long train and alleged that it was a shot of Aniston on her big day. Although the photo fooled many, it has since been discovered that the image was not of the former "Friends" star, but rather a part of an ad campaign featuring another model with a similar body type and hair color. 

It was previously reported that a majority of Aniston and Theroux's 70 guests, save the few who had major roles in the wedding, believed they were attending a birthday party. Some of the more noteable names invited to the low-key ceremony included, Howard Stern, Sia and Terry Richardson. Late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel officiated.