Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Set to Say "I Do" on Sunday!?
It all began on the set of their film “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” and now Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are slated to tie the knot this weekend in the South of France.
Apparently, the 48-year-old stud and his 37-year-old wife-to-be were scheduled to exchange vows last weekend, but plans changed when alterations to the Chateau Miraval weren't yet finished.
According to the Mayor of Correns, Mickeal Latz, the wedding is “more likely” to occur tomorrow (August 19). Last Sunday (August 12) he said, “It's a far more likely date. There are no plans for a civil wedding in Correns this weekend.”
Four years ago, Brad and Angelina purchased the 35-room, 17th-century estate near the French village of Correns. Now, reports are stating that the Chateau has been abuzz with event preparations since Friday (August 17), with guests already arriving from all over the world.
An insider told press, “Brad flew in to oversee preparations but they’re all here now. They say it’s for Jane and Bill, but some think this could be it. Even Angelina’s private jeweler is here.”
As for the nuptial details, Miss Jolie has apparently asked her 39-year-old brother James Haven to give her away despite reconciling with her father, Jon Voight. Also on the guest list are Brad’s parents, along with his brother Doug and sister Julie.
Fellow celebrities likely to attend the wedding of the decade include George Clooney, Matt Damon, Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise. Angelina’s uncle, singer-songwriter Chip Taylor, has been invited, along with her godparents, British actress Jacqueline Bisset and Austrian actor Maximilian Schell.
Still, one of the best kept secrets is who designed the bride’s wedding dress. According to reports, the brunette beauty has had several meetings with L’Wren Scott, but fans will just have to wait until the ceremony to see what she has actually chosen for the big day.
Despite the signs of an impending Jolie-Pitt wedding, one person quick to shoot down these rumors was France's Deputy Culture Secretary Patrick Mareschi, who claims his office has yet to be informed of any such plans.
He explained of the country's policy, “We don't know anything about it. Under French law couples have to get married at the town hall. Unlike with a religious wedding, there's no way a couple can hold a civil ceremony at their own home.”
The globe-trotting movie star couple announced their engagement in April of this year.
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