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Permission given for Clooney to tie the knot

By Monday, 11 August 2014 14:50 0
Permission given for Clooney to tie the knot Cordon Press

Wedding bells could soon be ringing as George Clooney and his fiancée move ever closer to the big day.

The Hollywood star along with high-profile barrister Amal Alamuddin, have posted their wedding banns at Chelsea Old Town Hall, stating their intention to marry.

By law, the notice must remain in place for at least 16 days before it can be taken down. It is being displayed publicly, available for anyone to see, and informs the reader of the names and occupations of the happy couple, along with the wedding’s location.

George Timothy Clooney, lists his profession on the licence as ‘actor and director,’ whilst Amal Alamuddin is a successful barrister, having represented many high-profile clients, including Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

It is not known whether the pair went to the town hall personally to apply for the licence, which will remain valid for a period of 12 months.

The couple got engaged last April, and it is believed that the wedding, the date of which has still not been confirmed, will take place near to the star’s home on Lake Como, Italy.

George Clooney, who was previously married to Talia Balsam, had said that he would never marry again. By the look of it his attitude seems to have changed on meeting Ms Alamuddin!

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