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Wednesday 25 May 2016

Olivia Wilde considers wedding locations

Published 24/04/2013

Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde has suggested some exotic locations for her upcoming wedding to Jason Sudeikis.

The actress is engaged to Jason Sudeikis and the loved-up pair are busy planning their impending nuptials.

Speculation about the location has been rife and Olivia joined in with the gossip, suggesting Uganda, where her filmmaker friends David Darg and Bryn Mooser are shooting their next flick.

"In order to have them at the wedding, I’m going to have to follow them where they go,” she grinned to ABC News.

The kind star is known for travelling to Haiti to volunteer, but dismissed the Caribbean country as a potential wedding venue.

Olivia is sure only the couple's only guest would be her mother if they picked the exotic location.

“No one would show up!” she laughed.

“[Also], when I’m in Haiti, within three seconds of getting off the plane I am red-faced, usually broken out and really sweaty. It would be a red-face, acne wedding.”

Despite being unsure about the date or venue, Olivia knows exactly how she wants to look on her big day.

Monique Lhuillier will design her dress and the 29-year-old plans to accessorise with vintage jewellery.

“I think when buying stones, enough of them exist in the world, so there’s no reason to be buying new diamonds," she explained.

Jason also recently got involved with the wedding speculation, jokingly suggesting several locations for their ceremony.

"It'll definitely be a wedding tour," he quipped. "Everywhere you've heard that we're getting married, we are. Tour bus and everything. Lot of waving. Lot of pie eating."

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