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Will Brangelina Decide to Have a Zombie Wedding?

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
'World War Z', world film premiere, London, Britain - 02 Jun 2013
Photograph by Andrew Parsons/Rex / Rex USA

The problem with waiting until after you have kids to get married is that they might just go all David Tutera on you and start planning your nuptials. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie could tell you that. Their children want them to have a themed wedding … and among the themes they've suggested are monsters and zombies.

Maddox, 11; Pax, 9; Zahara, 8; Shiloh, 7; and 4-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne have been bickering about how the big day should be marked, The Business Standard reports.

The children’s A-list dad and mom intend to marry at Chateau Miraval, their estate in France, later this summer. Why is the couple so willing to listen to party suggestions from the pint-size peanut gallery? According to sources, Brad and Angelina feel that the wedding is something they're doing mostly for their kids' sake anyway, so they asked them what kind of theme they might want for the celebration.

They may not have been expecting so much disagreement among the ranks. "It turned into an all-out war. Maddox wanted World War Z zombie compounds, Shiloh wanted a Monsters, Inc. theme and suggested that Angie dress up as Boo, Zahara wanted a princess theme and Pax couldn't decide between zombies and monsters," a source said.

"Brad and Angelina are at a point in their lives where they are happy. They wake up every morning and feel lucky to have the family they do, fortunate that they can provide for their family and that ultimately they are living the lives that they think inspires each of them to be the best possible versions of themselves," the source added.

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