Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Won’t Be Sending Wedding Invites, Reveals Cousin (EXCLUSIVE)
It looks like an invite to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's highly anticipated nuptials will be hard to come by -- even for the bride's own family.
“Trust me, there will be no wedding invitation,” Jolie's cousin, Martin Poucher, told Celebuzz about the impending wedding.
“The family has joked about who will be invited."
Few details have been released about Pitt and Jolie's wedding, though it's been reported the Moneyball star has been meticulously planning their big day, even down to the placements and hymns.
The couple are reportedly set to tie the knot on their sprawling estate Chateau Miraval in France in front of just 20 guests including their six children Maddox, 10, Pax, nine, Zahara, seven, Shiloh, six and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Angelina isn't so bothered about when they tie the knot -- it's Brad who is piling on the pressure.
"He wants the main house to be finished when the event takes place, even though the close friends and relatives who are invited aren't the types to care."He wants everything to be absolutely perfect."
Due to their distant relations, Poucher isn't expecting to be on the guest list. Still, Jolie's cousin said: “I’m excited for them."
Pitt -- who met Jolie on the 2004 set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith -- popped the question to his longtime love in April with a $500,000 custom-designed Robert Procop sparkler.
In response to rumors that the couple, who have been together since 2005, were scheduled to tie the knot in August or September, a guarded Pitt said in May: "We have no date at all right now – there is no date. We're still hoping for marriage equality in the States before we [get married.]."