Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie Wedding Won’t Be Taking Place in France This Weekend!
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BRAD Pitt and Angelina Jolie won’t be marrying this weekend — People magazine insists.
Sources tell the publication that, despite speculation that started when an an unnamed source told British newspaper The Sun that Brad and Angie are hosting some kind of event at their château, the wedding won’t be taking place just yet.
The local newspaper Var Matin also shot down a France 3 TV report of a Saturday wedding. And officials in the village say they don’t know anything about it and that it likely couldn’t happen anyway.
“Under French law couples have to get married at the town hall,” Patrick Mareschi, deputy culture secretary of the nearby village of Correns, told Reuters. “Unlike with a religious wedding, there’s no way a couple can hold a civil ceremony at their own home.”
Photo agency X17 found out the hard way when they sent a papparazo to France.
“We sent an X17 photographer all the way down to the south of France – it’s pretty much in the middle of nowhere – to check out Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s chateau Miraval to see just what’s going on and … drumroll, please … there’s NOTHING going on!” the site says.
Brad, 48, recently bought Angelina, 37, a $500,000 watch as a pre-wedding gift.
Meanwhile, it’s been claimed that Brad and Angelina have been named as victims of phone hacking allegedly carried out by journalists at the News of the World.
Britain’s Guardian newspaper says two members of staff at the paper — which was closed down last year — conspired to intercept the voicemail messages of Eunice Huthart, an associate of Pitt and Jolie, and other unnamed people connected to the actors.
Huthart is a former stunt double for Jolie and participant in the Gladiators game show.
The actors’ names emerged as prosecutors announced charges against eight people, including Andy Coulson, the former director of communications for the British prime minister, David Cameron, and Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International.
On Monday, police said they believed there were 4,775 potential victims of phone hacking, of whom 2,615 had been notified.