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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Pitt-Jolie wedding 'a simple affair'

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt reportedly desires for his wedding with Angelina Jolie to be understated and intimate.

The couple have been together since 2005 and raise six children, but only got engaged earlier this year.

The pair have remained mum on details about their nuptial ceremony, keeping the date and location close to their chest.

Apparently their wedding won't be a lavish function.

"One thing for sure, he says it's going to be all about family: a simple affair with Angie and the kids," People magazine senior writer Jennifer Garcia revealed.

Jennifer reports that Brad has a "good feeling" about his and Angelina's marriage and that the wedding will take place "soon".

It's thought the pair will marry at their estate in France, with rumours that Brad has made many of the arrangements. He is said to have organised food from local sources and a special wine to mark the occasion.

Brad also revealed that a venue has been thought about but not settled on.

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