Whenever there's a "momentous" occasion in Hollywood such as this, we like to take a look back at the hotels that inevitably serve as the backdrop to tabloid-friendly romance.
Despite the global media anticipation of the Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt nuptials, the eternally gossiped-about couple continue their normal lifestyle. And I mean, truly "normal."
The original outrageous, illicit power couple was none other than the pair who refuse to die in our imaginations -- the fun-loving Roman General Mark Antony and the fascinating Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra VII.
Chelsea, you're a funny woman, a great big star on E!, a best-selling author and clearly a pal to Aniston. But Jennifer doesn't need your defense of her.
In the Land of Blood and Honey is an honest , moving and completely true film: before this one, whenever a foreigner tried to say something about "my wars," it made me go wild with anger, no matter their attitude.
In a word, marriage symbolizes commitment. Does that mean that Angelina and Brad weren't committed to each other before now? Of course not, but it is the ultimate vehicle to show that you are tied to one another in a traditional, social, and legal way for life.
And if the children's angle is true, why go through all this fuss? How about a quick marriage with close friends, family and concerned kiddies attending? How about a secret wedlock, just sprung on us? No need for months of hysteria.
I really have to hand it to Jolie and Pitt for gracefully enduring over six years of speculation over the state of their relationship, as well as creating their family in their own way and on their own time.
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