George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are nearing their wedding day, and George's pal Rande Gerber (husband of Cindy Crawford) has made his contribution to the big day in the form of fifty cases of tequila. It seems Gerber sent a private plane filled with Casamigos Tequila--one of his beverages of choice from the company he and George Clooney founded together.
E! reports that while no one has confirmed the facts, all speculation strongly hints at George Clooney and Amal Alamudding tying the knot in Italy.
Corriere della Sera reported a while back that the wedding celebration will take place over three days. They report that George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin will be married by Walter Vetroni--a close friend of both from Calfornia.
One thing that will definitely be at George Clooney's wedding? Tequila! And 100 cases of it, to be exact http://t.co/gVemqCZYJi
— People magazine (@peoplemag) September 17, 2014
Rumors include a performance by Lana Del Ray and that Andrea Bocelli will serenade the happy couple once they exchange their wedding vows.
MSN reports that Amal Alamuddin's family--who is said to be a bit old-fashioned with regard to wedding etiquette--is footing most of the bill for her wedding to George Clooney.
You'll never guess who's paying for George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s wedding http://t.co/PXFlgDz4Ld
— NY Daily News Gossip (@NYDNgossip) September 17, 2014
Per this mode of etiquette, Amal's family had their say as to when their daughter would marry the movie star. They wanted the wedding to be held this fall.
"They expect a short engagement," a source told Us Weekly.
It seems quite likely--in light of the delivery of a plane full of booze--that Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford will no doubt be among those guests that fly to Italy (at least that's where the wedding is assumed to be taking place) for the nuptials.
Who else do you expect to learn will have attended George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding? And do you expect to hear that the nuptials will be held or have taken place in the very near future?