Brad and Angelina Jolie-Pitt?

The soon to be Jolie-Pitts?

It’s being whispered (again) that a wedding featuring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is right around the corner (again). Apparently, Alberto Repossi, who designed the late Princess Di’s engagement ring, confessed that Mr. Pitt has commissioned him to craft something special. Ooh la la!

As you no doubt know, as this sort of stuff tends to bump things like crime and war off newspaper front pages, Pitt is in the process of adopting Jolie’s kids and Jolie has Pitt’s genenic material brewing in her gut.

Anyway, Ms. Jolie now has three choices. She can:

1. Have a quick and modest wedding.

2. Go nuts, have the big flashy bash she may have been dreaming about, and wear something that shows off her massively expanded stomach tattoos.

3. Wait until May, get back into her eating disorder, and marry in all the glory of her post-preg body.

I’m not adverse to any of these. I’ve know plenty of people who’ve had what you might call a shotgun wedding. And I’ve been to weddings where the bride had a major bump and where the bride and groom’s child was a flower girl. Live and let live, I say. However, knowing how short the tenure of most celebrity weddings is, I’d recommend that the almost-Jolie-Pitt’s go with option number one.

5 Responses to “Brad and Angelina Jolie-Pitt?”

  1. Lori says:

    So, they’ve (1) had an affair while Brad was married (2) changed the kids’ names before their adoption (3) started a baby before the wedding and (4) started adoption proceedings before the wedding. Given their track record for doing things in an illogical order, I wouldn’t bet the rent money on them doing anything simple and sensible.

  2. Never teh Bride says:

    Well, I’m not holding my breath for that “quick and modest” ceremony. Or perhaps any ceremony at all. According to Star magazine, Jolie was overheard saying to director, Roger Rodriguez: “We will never marry…If the kids get older and demand that we have a ceremony, we might. But that’s a touchy subject with us.”

  3. jenny says:

    Amen to the #1.

  4. jenny says:

    I just realized how sad that sounds (to me): “…If the kids get older and demand that we have a ceremony…” *sigh*

  5. Melissa says:

    Brad and Angelina are an admirable couple regardless of your judgements. Everyone does things the way they choose… I’m sure everyone reading this has made mistakes they don’t want to be judged for so, you live by your own rules and you judge others for living outside of the “rules.” What are the rules and how can anyone follow them to please everyone?