Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt Wedding in Days? Guests Gather in France

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By Benge Nsenduluka, CP Reporter
August 10, 2012|7:47 am

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have fueled rumors that they are getting married this weekend following reports that their family has gathered for an event at the couple's French home.

The couple, who confirmed their engagement in April, is said to be hosting a special event at their $60 million dollar southern France estate. Guests allegedly include Pitt's parents Bill and Jane and renowned jeweler Robert Procop, the man who made Jolie's engagement ring, according to new reports.

"Brad flew in to oversee preparations but they're all here now. They say it's for Jane and Bill, but some think this could be it. Even Angelina's private jeweler is here," a source told The Sun U.K.

Pitt's parents are reportedly preparing to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, which has led to speculation that the event may actually be hosted for them. Critics have pointed out that the alleged guest list includes close friends of Pitt, 48, and Jolie, 36, such as actor George Clooney.

"George and Brad are best pals, there's no way he'd miss it. [Clooney's] at his house in Italy, but could fly to Marseille in an hour. There's a real buzz around the estate," the source said.

The reports come just six months after it was revealed that the couple of six years started construction of a large white reception hall that is reportedly being built behind a chapel on their private estate.

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The wedding, which will mark Jolie's third marriage and Pitt's second, is scheduled to be a small, low-key event inside their 35-bedroom French Château Miraval.

"It's a place that they all absolutely adore. With the vineyards and the gorgeous wide-open spaces, they will really be able to create a dream wedding, right on their own property," a source previously told OK! Magazine regarding the French property.

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