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Guest Post; Catherine's Celeb Insight.

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

 


We love a good wedding. We sigh at the dresses, coo at the photos, and ultimately celebrate the fact that two people very much in love have pledged to spend the rest of their lives together. 2011 gave us the Royal Wedding, a televised treat of traditional ceremonial grandeur, while 2012 saw Justin Timberlake permanently taken off the market, and the video of Tom Fletcher's gorgeous wedding speech go viral.


So what celebrity nuptials can we look forward to in 2013? Two highly anticipated weddings are just around the corner but are perhaps a little too close for comfort. Ex-spouses Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are to marry early in the year, Jennifer to actor/screenwriter Justin Theroux (cousin of British documentary-maker, Louis), and Brad, of course, to Angelina Jolie.


The Sun reports that Brangelina's recently-acquired marriage license demands that they marry within 90 days, which sees the prospective date of their wedding edge closer to that of Aniston's; although as yet unconfirmed, it has been said that Aniston and Theroux will marry very soon. However, as it's been eight years since their split, it's unlikely that they remain acrimonious and may even be guests at each other's ceremonies.


2013 also sees Keira Knightley tie the knot with her fiancé James Righton, singer and keyboard-player in British band Klaxons. The pair don't often court press attention, so their ceremony too is likely to be quiet and intimate. Knightley recently explained to Ellen DeGeneres that her bewilderment at the wedding planning process encouraged her to Google "If you're getting married, what should you do?".


It can hardly be doubted that the brides will dazzle as they walk down the aisle. Each will likely choose a dress to suit their own styles: Aniston's classic and simple, Jolie's screen-siren elegance and Knightley's delicate vintage. But at any wedding (even celebrity ones) it's not just the brides' outfits that matter, and with isme's great range of mother of the bride outfits, you can be sure to be dressed for the occasion. Just remember not to wear white!

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