Friday, September 12, 2014

Video - George Clooney Declares Love for Amal Alamuddin - Did They Get Married Today?

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George Clooney has gotten married to fiance Amal Alamuddin today, if reports are to be believed.

The couple had earlier been expected to have a ceremony at the actor's home in the Lake Como area in Italy later this month, but it was rumored that they would first have a civil marriage at the Chelsea Old Town Hall in London this morning.

However, staff at the Town Hall insisted that the wedding would not be holding at the venue today via a posted notice on their front door.

George Clooney himself revealed that they would be getting married “in a couple of weeks” in Venice. This was in an acceptance speech after he was given a Humanitarian Award by Celebrity Fight Night.

He had brought along Amal Alamuddin to the event for their first joint red-carpet appearance, and also declared his love for his beautiful lawyer fiance in the speech. See the video below...

Meanwhile, this is an excerpt from the letter by the Chelsea city hall, signed by additional superintendent registrar Dan Geoghegan, reads:

"We have assisted in the legal preliminaries for a proposed wedding for George Clooney and his fiancee.

"We do not give out details of the date or time of any wedding ceremony.

"A certificate of no impediment was applied for and has been issued as no objection was raised.

"In this case we actually have no record of when the wedding will take place as it was not necessary to ask in order to facilitate the issue of the documents.

"We are not conducting the wedding of Mr Clooney at this office today (Friday 12 September) and a film crew and press photographers would only cause possible disruption to other couples getting married on this day. So we ask that the press do not attend."

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