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Saturday 23 August 2014

Angelina Jolie 'bans Clooney from wedding jokes'

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie has reportedly warned George Clooney not to play any pranks at her wedding.

George is close friends with Angelina's fiancé Brad Pitt and the pair are famed for their high jinks on movie sets. Brad recently revealed that he has a "brutal" hoax up his sleeve, while George has also hinted about a stunt he is planning.

However, Angelina has reportedly asked George to be on his best behaviour on their wedding day.

"She doesn't want any practical jokes played at the wedding, and she's not kidding," a source told National Enquirer. "Angie personally phoned Clooney, warning him that she was dead serious! George got the message loud and clear - especially after Brad followed up with his own phone call, making George promise to call a truce and put practical jokes on hiatus for his and Angie's big day."

Brad and Angelina are rumoured to be planning to tie the knot at their home in France later this year. Brad has been busy finalising details for the lavish ceremony and reception.

After speaking to a worried Angelina, George has agreed he won't do anything which could spoil their happy day.

"George finally gave his word, but admitted to pals it'll be tough to resist the temptation," the source added.

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