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Angelina Jolie 'instills wedding ban'

Published 24/06/2013

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie has reportedly banned some of Brad Pitt's drinking buddies from their wedding guest list because she's worried the affair will become too boisterous.

The couple, who share six children and have been together for eight years, became engaged in April 2012.

Reports suggest they're planning a lavish affair to exchange vows in the next few months.

According to UK newspaper The Sun, Brad and Angelina are disagreeing over who should be invited.

Quentin Tarantino, Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman have reportedly been snubbed by the actress amid fears they'll drink too heavily.

"Angelina wants the whole affair to be very civilised and is concerned about the habits of some of Brad's more raucous friends," a source said.

"She thinks that if Jonah and Quentin come, they'll hit the bar early on and cause a commotion."

Apparently they're not the only ones Angelina has tagged as heavy drinkers. One of Brad's closest friends and co-stars will also be advised to be on his best behaviour.

"She has also warned that his best friend George Clooney needs to control his wine intake at the nuptials," according to the report.

The guest list is apparently not the only big issue.

The couple are also reportedly sparring over whose brother should be best man.

"Angelina is keen for her brother James to have the gig, while Brad thinks his brother Doug should take on the role," The Sun reports.

A spokesperson for Brad and Angelina have yet to comment on the claims.

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