Brangelina have been creating a stir about their relationship since the very first time they got together. Now after their engagement, news about their wedding hasn’t stopped even once. With new speculations arising everyday, the latest news on their wedding is that the couple would tie the knot this weekend instead late September as the couple announced earlier.
The couple have organized a bash at Chateau Miraval in Marseille in the south of France for Brad Pitt’s parents Jane and Bill who would be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary and many people think that the wedding might take place there and then as well. A source was quoted by the Sun, "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 jeweller is here.”
The wedding list has not more than 20 guests which includes Brad’s best friend and actor George Clooney. He hasn’t yet reached Marseille but since he’s at this house in Italy he can be there in an hour, a source said. Also part of the celebrations is Jolie’s private jeweler who also designed her engagement ring.
The 48-year-old actor proposed 37 year old Angelina Jolie this year and recently bought a $390,000 watch as a pre-wedding gift. But the rumors of the couple getting married cannot be completely true as a French official while speaking about the couple getting married at their luxurious Chateau Miraval estate said, ''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.''
I guess we won’t know anything for sure till it happens!
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