Report: Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Are Getting Married In UK
We’ve been expecting the Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt wedding for years now. Their recent official engagement had both fans and the media raving about the ceremony, guests and bride’s gown. As hard as the couple is trying to keep the world in the shadow, a new report claims that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are getting married in the UK.
They’ve been together for seven years now and have been setting beauty and style standards long before that. Their wedding ceremony is expected to be even better than the British royal wedding, while Angelina Jolie’s dress is thought to break every trend in bridal fashion. With no official date revealed, all the media is trying to figure out the wedding plans. A new report from the Daily Star claims the two have settled for a wedding in the United Kingdom.
Daily Star writes that according to a source close to the actors, the plan is to have a very low key wedding ceremony in Windsor, UK. “They’ve always planned to have the official part secretly with just their kids and family”, said the source. Unfortunately for everyone who won’t get an invite to their wedding, the source said the wedding is likely going to be very private.
“It just seems easier” explained the source. “They’ll keep it very low key. They haven’t finalized a date, but they are planning to slip out and get married with the minimum of fuss”. Moreover, once the wedding ceremony is over, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have made plans to spend their honeymoon in South of France, where they own the Chateau Miraval estate.
“They’re looking at Windsor register officer, where Charles and Camilla and Elton John and David Furnish tied the knot”. The same source told the Daily Star newspaper, Windsor would also be a choice that would help make a statement about both Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s opinion about same-sex marriages. Windsor “allows same-sex marriages, something the couple passionately believe in” said the insider.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have long become dedicated advocates for same-sex marriages in the United States. In fact, they’ve hinted on more than one occasion they won’t actually get married until same sex couples are allowed to tie the knot in U.S. states.