Jessica Biel: Marriage to Justin Timberlake “Won’t Change Anything”

"For me, getting married doesn't mean we should limit ourselves to some pre-defined idea,” Biel says

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Jessica Biel said she’s “ready” to get hitched to Justin Timberlake and doesn’t think “our marriage will change anything.”

“It will be a challenge finding a balance between my private life, family and work, and I'm ready," she told the French entertainment magazine Gala, according to People.

Biel and Timberlake have not said when they plan to wed, though gossip sites speculate the nuptials could come this summer.

In earlier interviews, Biel has talked about one day wanting to have kids. She told Gala that she’s “someone who lets things happen naturally."

"For me, getting married doesn't mean we should limit ourselves to some pre-defined idea,” she said. “Rather, it's an opportunity to explore new things in life."

Biel and Timberlake have been engaged since early January. The on-and-off couple had split in March of 2011 before reconnecting again the following September.

At the time of the couple’s engagement, Timberlake told People that Biel was “the single-handedly most significant person in my life.”

Biel told Gala that she admired Timberlake’s “ability to communicate well” and express his feelings, as well as his loyalty and honesty.

On Saturday, the couple attended an engagement cocktail party hosted by Biel’s stylist, Estee Stanley, a source told People.

Among the 100 guests who reportedly attended the party were Ellen DeGeneres, Timbaland and Amy Adams, as well as Biel’s parents, Kimberly and Jonathan.

Former N*Sync members Lance Bass and JC Chasez were also there to support Timberlake, a former member of the late 90s boy band.

Selected Reading: People, Gala

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