Brad and Angelina reportedly tied the knot at Donna Karan's secluded home in in an intimate ceremony on the Turks and Caicos Islands
When Brad Pitt recently told reporters on the red carpet that his wedding to Angelina Jolie would be ‘soon’, we expected a ceremony in early 2013. But now insiders claim the pair tied the knot over Christmas, on the secluded Turks and Caicos Islands.
Reports allege Brad and Angelina married in an intimate ceremony as they holidayed with their five Children, and Brad’s parents, brother and sister.
A further hint came from American magazine In Touch, who reported the Brad and Angelina’s stylist pair a visit jeweller to the stars Neil Lane to pick up their rings.
‘On November 27, a stylist for the actress picked up wedding rings from Neil Lane jewelers for the couple,’ the source said.
According to the Telegraph, Brad and Angelina secretly tied the knot on Christmas day, at the private Parrot Cay estate of US fashion designer Donna Karan.
With three secluded luxury villas, four pools and a view to die for, it wouldn’t certainly make a beautiful setting for a wedding.
However, reps for the pair are yet to comment.
Rumour has it, Brad and Angelina have taken a whopping 12 nannies along on their romantic jaunt, that’s two for each of their children.
Local journalist Jeffrey Slonim wrote on his blog: ‘At lunch on a small island three away from Parrot Cay.
‘A woman said she’d heard from a local that [Pitt and Jolie] were in town with two nannies per child. Count ’em, 12 nannies!’
Another source revealed: ‘They are at Donna’s house, without Donna, and have been loving the island because it is so secluded.
‘Angelina’s taken the kids to Karan’s yoga spa. They’ve been running around the island with no care in the world, and relaxing.’
Earlier this year Brad and Angelina sparked rumours they were set to marry at their French home, after locals spotted ‘ wedding-style’ preparations being made, and a steady stream of guests arriving.
WATCH: Brad Pitt talks weddings
Did Brad and Angelina REALLY tie the knot over Christmas? Let us know your thoughts in the comments box below…