Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are planning an Easter Caribbean wedding, it
has been reported.
The Hollywood couple have allegedly decided the Dominican Republic is the perfect place for their
A source told Britain's OK! magazine: "While they were in the Dominican
Republic, Brad bought a huge plot of land and helped design a fabulous
"It's there they intend to become Mr and Mrs Pitt."
Brad, 43, and Angelina, 31 - who have three adopted children, Pax Thien,
Maddox and Zahara, and a daughter Shiloh together - are expected to fly out
to the exotic country in the next two weeks and want the ceremony to be a
The source added: "Pax and Maddox are old enough to be page boys and it's
always been Angie's dream that this wedding will be a true family affair."
Brad recently ruled out getting married until "everyone else in the US who
wants to be married is legally able".
Angelina has also avoided the issue in the past saying: "We've both been
married before so it's not marriage that necessarily kept some people
together. We are legally bound to our children, not to each other, and I
think that's the most important thing."
Brad was previously married to Jennifer Aniston, their divorce was finalised
in October 2005.
Angelina has two failed marriages to Jonny Lee Miller and Billy Bob
Meanwhile, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have donated US$100,000 to build the a modern clinic in Duk County, Sudan.
The Duk Lost Boys Clinic will be run by Sudanese philanthropist John Dau, who first came into contact with the celebrity couple at the Hollywood premiere of his film God Grew Tired of Us in January.
"Words cannot express my gratitude and the gratitude of the people of Duk County. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt demonstrate the American spirit of generosity," Dau said.
The clinic will open later this year and will treat more than 150,000 people.
In other news,
Angelina Jolie is still mourning the death of her mother, says brother, James Haven.
Haven tells how their mom' death caused his sister to lose her famous curves. The 5-foot-8 Mr. and Mrs. Smith actress to drop to 109 pounds
"Angie has become very thin because she's grieving," Haven told the British publication The Mail on Sunday. "It's even difficult for her to eat. I keep saying to her, 'Don't forget to eat.'"
According to US weekly, Marcheline Bertrand provided stability in her children's. For that reason, her death from cancer at the age of 56, has been devastating to Haven and Jolie, 31.
"But you know she doesn't pay much attention to food anyway and she's been going through a process of grief like me," Haven explained. "She has not wanted to eat, nor has she been able to."