This week’s OK! Magazine details fabricated wedding plans, following last week’s positing about Angelina Jolie’s fabricated pregnancy (it’s easy to land the “exclusive” when it’s your Fan Fic department making up the details).
Previously, the magazine claimed Jolie expected twin boys and that she had just entered her second trimester. However, with nothing but speculation, it’s pretty safe to assume she’s not pregnant. She and Brad Pitt are also not engaged. And there are no wedding plans.
That didn’t stop OK! coming up with this cover headline: “Angelina & Brad: Wedding Exclusive… Brad and pregnant Angie give in to their kids’ demands. Wearing wedding bands to the Oscars… Their honeymoon: painting the nursery for their new twin boys.”
Wait… would they not need to be married ALREADY to wear wedding bands, one each, since the magazine used the plural, to the Oscars on February 26? OK! claim the couple is engaged and only PLANNING a wedding. But an engagement and an engagement ring would usually predate a wedding, no?
So, with the admission on the cover that they’re NOT married… why would the couple be wearing “wedding bands”?
Sometime this Summer, after seven years and six children… Brad Pitt and a very-pregnant-with-twin-boys Angelina Jolie will finally walk down the aisle and [marry].
Sources say the world’s most glamorous couple will become husband (her third) and wife (his second) in a small but stylish ceremony at their 16th-century French château.
“Brad and Angie have kept this quiet, and they’re talking about how and when to announce it,” an insider tells OK!. “They really get a kick out of teasing people with this whole thing.”
Together since 2005… the couple have famously vowed to resist matrimony until same-sex marriage becomes legal throughout the U.S. But in a recent interview, Brad, 48, dropped his most explicit hint yet.
“We’d actually like to [get married],” he revealed. “We made this declaration some time ago that we weren’t going to do it till everyong can. But I don’t think we’ll be able to hold out. It means so much to my kids, and they ask a lot,” said Brad. “It means something to me, too,” Brad added, “to be in love with someone and be raising a family with someone and want to make that commitment and not be able to is ludicrous, just ludicrous.” – via OK! Magazine.
However, OK! fails to admit that, right after Pitt made those comments in a few magazines in hopes of a few extra column inches for his Oscar nom trail, Jolie publicly chided him with “I think anything said tends to be blown out of proportion,” forcing his admission of “Yeah, [the wedding rumours were] my fault.”