Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have reportedly chosen their splendid estate in France as the location for their wedding. The couple, who confirmed their engagement last week, plan to tie the knot in France, this summer, then move to England for at least two years.
While the newly-engaged couple says there is no date planned for their nuptials, sources say that they've spent the last six months planning the same. The plan, allegedly, is to hold a lavish wedding ceremony at their mansion near the village of Correns, in the south of France. Hollywood biggies - George Clooney, Matt Damon, Johnny Depp and Tom Cruise will be on the guest list. If reports are to be believed, Angelina's once-estranged father, Jon Voight, 73, will also be invited.
"They have been quietly preparing for one of the most glamorous show-business weddings of all time for months," a friend of the couple said. She was also quoted saying, "I've seen their chateau, and it is one of the most romantic settings imaginable. "As soon as the Brad-Angelina engagement news spread, locals began buzzing about Le Mariage de Monsieur et Madame Smith, a takeoff on Mr and Mrs Smith.
Jolie, 36, once caused an outcry after admitting that she and Pitt, 48, fell in love during the filming of a flick, when he was still married to Jennifer Aniston. All that is distant memory now, in any case, as the couple and their six kids are set to spend at least two years making their home just outside London. According to sources, Angelina is planning to shoot her next three movies in the United Kingdom, including one that may co-star soon-to-be-husband Pitt. The two also are eager to be near London for the Summer Olympics and believe their kids will benefit from the immersion in UK culture.