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Monday 3 August 2015

Brangelina to wed in weeks

Published 23/08/2013 | 10:33

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Brad and Angelina are reportedly planning to get married in September.

The Hollywood actors have been engaged since April 2012 and apparently they will tie the knot around the US holiday on September 2.

Neighbours have noticed wedding-related hustle and bustle in and out of Brad and Angelina’s Los Angeles home.

“Their house is bustling with activity, and one friend even saw a top Los Angeles wedding planner exiting their front door last month,” a source told America’s OK! magazine.

“At any given moment, there’s at least a dozen people tending to the house: cleaning, mowing the lawn, planting new flowers, hosing down the driveway. They are definitely fixing to do something big, and a wedding would make perfect sense.”

Although their house is preparing for some type of event, it is not clear whether or not the nuptial ceremony will take place there.

“Angelina wants to exchange vows in a registry office with immediate family and the six kids, then host a huge party at their place for all their friends and extended family,” the insider explained.

Angelina and Brad raise six children and all the kids are eager to be involved in the spectacular affair.

“Zahara wants to be maid of honour and, knowing Angie, she’ll let her,” the source said. “Shiloh wants to be an usher, and Pax and Maddox have said they’ll help Brad’s brother Doug be best man. The wedding is mainly for their children and they all want it to happen at home in LA.”

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