George Clooney is set to marry Amal Alamuddin first in a civil ceremony in London and then again in Venice later on, it has been reported.
The event would be attended only by close friends and family but a far bigger, more glamorous second ceremony would be in the romantic Venice, the Daily Star reported.
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US Weekly magazine recently revealed the details of Clooney's complicated nuptial plans.
In August the human rights lawyer visited Kensington and Chelsea register office to get the wedding licence. And the couple later disclosed they would first tie the knot at a formal civil ceremony at Chelsea Old Town Hall. The Venice bash would likely be on September 27, with an expected 60 guests including Clooney's movie pals such as Matt Damon.
The 53-year-old actor started dating his London-based barrister fiancee last September. They became engaged in April.