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Mark Wahlberg Gives Update on August 2009 Wedding Plans

October 15, 2008 07:18:24 GMT

To US Weekly he revealed his planned August 2009 wedding with Rhea Durham will be held in "Catholic church" and will be a "small, family only, no media!" affair.


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Previously telling the press he and model fiancee Rhea Durham have been talking about hosting an August 2009 wedding, Mark Wahlberg gives update about what kind of ceremony he would have. Sharing more details, he told US Weekly at the Hollywood premiere of his latest film "Max Payne" Monday, October 13, the upcoming nuptials will be very intimate.

"Catholic church, small, family only, no media!" the movie hunk told the publication. "And there will be no wedding pictures sold to any magazines!"

On Sunday, October 12, Mark publicly said during a press conference for "Max Payne" that after years of dating he and Rhea have been planning to wed August next year, reasoning "It's a good month." As of press time, there have yet words about the people they are going to invite to their planned wedding.

In other Mark news, he reportedly has purchased a $35 million home in Los Angeles for the sake of his expanding brood. "Mark and Rhea suddenly felt their house was too small," a source was cited as referring to the actor and Rhea's Beverly Hills home, which they put on the market for $15.9 million following the birth of their son Brendan Joseph last month. "Now that they have baby number three, they need a live-in nanny, a live-in cook and a housekeeper to help Rhea," the source continued saying. "He wants space for when family comes to visit. And he's adamant about the kids all having their own rooms."

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by Linda_LA452 on Nov 09, 2008
I love Mark so much, and I wish him and Rhea the best..
posted by Linda_LA452 on Nov 09, 2008
I love Mark so much, and I wish him and Rhea the best..

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