“Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are thrilled to pieces over their fabulous secret wedding on a beach in the Bahamas!” declares the National Enquirer. Oh, you haven’t heard about their “fabulous secret wedding” plans?
According to a so-called “source” for the Enquirer, the nuptials are happening before Jolie heads to England to shoot Maleficent in June. “The ceremony will take place in the same tropical setting where Angelina spread her beloved mom Marcheline’s ashes,” explains the tab’s source. “She’s convinced her mother’s spirit will be with her on her big day, and Angelina is filled with joy just thinking about it.”
The magazine says Pitt and Jolie had originally bickered over whether to have a small, private affair or a giant gala at Chateau Miraval in France. They’ve allegedly compromised on the intimate Bahamas ceremony and a large party later at Miraval.
The Enquirer has all sorts of “world exclusive” details about the wedding, such as how Jolie will supposedly lead a Native American prayer in her late mom’s honor, to be followed by the release of white doves.
An “island insider” tells the tabloid about the beach site itself, saying it’s “always been a favorite of Angie’s.”“The location has enough space for a reception of about 18 people, with six guests seated at three large tables. The tables will be decorated with flowers of the bride’s choice,” reports the so-called “insider.”
Jolie will wear a “white gown with a garland of fresh flowers on her head,” and Pitt will don a “white linen suit,” claims the Enquirer source, who describes how the couple will “exchange vows at sunset as the warm summer breeze sweeps across the island.”
Wow, the Enquirer even knows about the breeze! Of course, all of this is fantasy. The tabloid is so not “inside” with the Jolie-Pitt clan, it’s botched several stories about their children in the last month alone. Now the Enquirer supposedly has very specific details about a wedding that Jolie and Pitt have kept “secret”?
As a source close to the couple tells Gossip Cop, the supermarket tab’s alleged beach “sources” are just as clueless as the so-called “insiders” who have fed the Enquirer bogus information in the past. We’re told the mag’s flat-out “wrong” about the supposed wedding plans.