Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt finally got married in France on Saturday. The longtime couple had a very small ceremony in Chateau Miraval chapel in Correns, France. According to Radar Online on Thursday, Jolie and Pitt had a non-denominational ceremony that was attended by only their closest family and friends.
In 2011, Brad Pitt told Ellen DeGeneres that he and Angelina Jolie would not be getting married until it was legal for same sex couples to marry. It looks like enough states have recognized same sex marriage that he and Jolie finally decided to say their vows. Jolie and Pitt have been engaged since 2012 and despite much tabloid fodder, the pair are still going strong.
The Jolie Pitt wedding was so hush hush that news of their nuptials is finally breaking a full five days later. According to the report, all six of the Jolie-Pitt children had an active role in the ceremony. Maddox and Pax walked Angelina Jolie down the aisle. Zahara and Vivienne acted as flower girls and sprinkled flower petals as they walked while Knox and Shiloh were the ring bearers.
Angelina spoke with People Magazine back in May about her marriage plans. She told them her wedding would be simple and "kid-centric." Indeed it was just that, although no one knew just how soon they were really planning on saying those vows.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie met back in 2005 while working together on the movie "Mr. & Mrs. Smith." At the time, Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston. This is Pitt's second marriage and Jolie's third. Angelina was previously married to Johnny Miller and Billy Bob Thornton.