Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Alec Baldwin set for weekend wedding

Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin will reportedly tie the knot this weekend.

The Hollywood actor and his fiancée Hilaria Thomas are planning a Catholic wedding at a "storied New York church", according to the New York Post.

Alec - who proposed to 28-year-old yoga instructor Hilaria in April - will wed at the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral. The church was used as a backdrop for legendary Francis Ford Coppola movie The Godfather.

Sources say a lot of thought has been put into Alec and Hilaria's big day.

"This wasn't a quick decision. It took a lot of planning," an insider explained.

It was previously reported that Alec was poised to wed Hilaria in Europe after wrapping up shooting on a documentary at Cannes Film Festival.

Sources claimed the star was planning his nuptials when the prestigious film festival drew to a close, however, this plan never materialised.

Hilaria will be Alec's second wife. He married Kim Basinger in 1993, but their divorce was finalised in 2002.

It will be Hilaria's first marriage.

A representative for Alec had no comment on the situation.

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