Brangelina to get matching wedding vow tattoos
Melbourne: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have are set to ink their wedding vows on their bodies permanently, it has been revealed.
The Hollywood couple got engaged last year and have kept fans guessing about the details of their big day.
According to new reports, the 'Moneyball' star has picked up a marriage licence, which stipulated the pair must wed within 90 days.
Late last year it was claimed the pair wanted to get matching tattoos to mark their union, but couldn't agree on the design.
It's now been suggested the plan is going ahead, with the couple thrilled with the pattern they have come up with, the Herald Sun reported.
"Brad and Ange plan to have the tattoos done by a local French artist," an insider told the British edition of Grazia magazine.
They've designed a special motif that includes some of their vows and their children's names entwined in leaves, which will be in their own handwriting, the source added.
It's believed that the pair will marry in Los Angeles but will hold a blessing at their home in France, which they will view as their real wedding.
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