Brad Pitt ‘plans wedding boat trip’
Brad Pitt is apparently planning to incorporate a boat trip into his wedding to Angelina Jolie.
The Hollywood couple got engaged last year and are rumoured to be tying the knot this May after recently acquiring their wedding license.
Last month it was reported that Brad had splashed out £5 million on a yacht which he intends to dock in St Tropez.
The couple are thought to be holding a party to celebrate their nuptials at their home in the South of France.
The actor is reportedly so thrilled with his new boat that he's working out how it can feature in the wedding celebrations.
"Brad is super-excited about his new purchase, and so are their children. He is now working out how he can incorporate a boat trip into their wedding celebrations, and Angelina fully approves," a source told British magazine Grazia. "She thinks it would be a great idea to spend some of the day on the boat, given their close proximity to the sea, which their children will love. The pair have always said that their wedding day will be all about the kids."
The stars have apparently told friends and family to keep the weeks around the Cannes Film Festival free.
It is thought they finalised the details of their wedding rings at the end of last year after sources revealed Angelina's stylists had collected the items from Neil Lane jewellers in Los Angeles.
Last month the 37-year-old actress sparked speculation that she had already wed Brad when she attended a UN trip to Africa wearing a gold wedding band.
Sources say this was an important piece of jewellery from Brad's family, which the actor gave her as a symbol of their impending marriage.
Angelina decided to wear this in place of her more expensive engagement ring which she deemed inappropriate for the mission.
"Brad said he completely understood why she couldn't wear her engagement ring, but he really wanted to give Angelina something special and more understated to wear instead," a source explained.
"Angelina seemed truly touched by the special gift of his great-grandmother's wedding ring, and it meant a lot to be able to take it on the trip with her."
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