Angelina Jolie was married to Brad Pitt even before wedding in France

MUMBAI: Last year in August, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt married in an intimate and low-key ceremony in France, attended by only close family members. The wedding was planned by the couple’s six children – Pax, Zahara, Vivienne, Shiloh, Knox and Maddox. The kids wrote the marital vows and their drawings even adorned Jolie’s Versace wedding gown.


Interestingly in a recent interview to the Italian magazine Io Donna, Jolie confessed that she had actually been married to Pitt even before the summer wedding.


She said, “Before the wedding in France with the kids, Brad and I were already married in California because as Americans, we couldn't marry legally in France.”


Jolie told the magazine that it was probably not the most romantic wedding but a rather spontaneous decision.


She added, “One day I told Brad to meet up at 4:30pm.  I then called a justice of the peace and we signed the documents.”


The Pitts said 'I Do' at their French estate, Chateau Mirval, in a ceremony presided over by a judge from California after they obtained their license in California. This confirmation comes after many had suspected they were already married before the ceremony due to U.S. laws which require citizens to obtain a license within the states.


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