Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Considering Wedding Ceremony On A Boat?

Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Considering Wedding Ceremony On A Boat?

Tabloid mainstays Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are rumored to be considering tying the knot aboard a boat! We’re guessing that’s one way to avoid the prying eyes of the paparazzi while they make it official.

The famous high-profile couple said that they wouldn’t be getting married until the rest of the world can marry whomever they choose. Now that the U.S. has overturned DOMA and the Queen has deemed it okay for gay marriage in Britain, perhaps there is some truth to this story.

From The Sun:

BRAD PITT and ANGELINA JOLIE better have good sea legs – they’re up for a floating wedding. The couple have been making enquiries about getting married aboard the Hebridean Princess, a ship sailing the waters off Scotland and previously chartered by THE QUEEN.

Plans were underway for them to tie the knot at their French chateau. But they had a change of heart thanks to son MADDOX.

A source told Bizarre: “It was Maddox who came up with the idea of the ship. He came across it after looking back at photos of the Carnell Estate in Ayrshire, where they stayed and all loved. So now they’ve made enquiries into booking the whole vessel. It’s just what they’re after. It can hold up to 50 of their friends and family and serve as a traditional, romantic setting — all totally private. Or they could always sail to a secluded bay off the Orkney or Shetland islands and have the ceremony there. The kids are all hooked on old British voyages, so they would love it. The fact that Maddox found it makes it more special.”

The ship is a favourite with the rich and famous, including the Queen. She booked it in 2006 to celebrate her 80th birthday and chartered it again in 2010 for a holiday with Prince Philip.

So it doesn’t come cheap. Chartering it would set the couple back around £300,000 — pocket money to them. Neither would they have any problems with the marriage licence, as they could do in France. A minister can perform a wedding ceremony anywhere in Scotland, even out on the water — unlike in England, where you must have a licence for a civil ceremony.

We don’t care where they do it, we just want to see a lot of pictures….especially of her dress. What do you think?

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