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Friday 25 July 2014

Evan Rachel Wood 'to wed at weekend'

Evan Rachel Wood, Jamie Bell

Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell are apparently set to get married this weekend.

After allegedly picking up a marriage license earlier this month, RadarOnline is now reporting the couple will tie the knot at the end of the week.

A source spotted the couple looking loved up at Beverly Hills City marriage license centre in Los Angeles on October 16.

Now it looks like the pair are moving quickly to make their romance official.

Evan, 25, and Jamie, 26, met in 2005 while on the set of Green Day's music video Wake Me Up When September Ends.

The couple briefly dated in 2006, before splitting and rekindling their romance in 2011.

Neither Evan nor Jamie have publically discussed their engagement, but the pretty actress has been wearing a sparkling ring since last winter.

Evan accessorised the impressive piece of jewellery with a Gucci dress at the LACMA Art + Film Gala on Saturday night, which she attended with her fiancé.

During her time apart from Jamie, Evan enjoyed a high-profile romance with rocker Marilyn Manson.

The pair became engaged in January 2010, but split in August of the same year.

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