Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis are claimed to be getting married "in a chapel on the grounds of their 1.25 million dollars French estate" in April.
A new report has just surfaced, claiming Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis will make their union official at a private wedding ceremony to be held in April. According to MyPARK magazine, the longtime partners will wed "in a chapel on the grounds of their $1.25 million French estate."
Opting for an intimate wedding ceremony, Depp and Paradis reportedly limit their guests list to only 50 of their closest friends and family. "They're a very private couple. It's no surprise they'd want to celebrate at their home," a source tells MyPARK when mentioning one possible reason on why the celebrity couple doesn't want their wedding being exposed.
The Rolling Stones' rocker Keith Richards is one among those who are expected to be invited. "Keith and Johnny are good pals. Johnny's portrayal of Jack Sparrow in 'The Pirates of the Caribbean' was partly inspired by the old rocker, and Keith had a cameo in the second sequel," MyPARK quotes an insider as saying.
Furthermore, it is also claimed that Depp will have movie director Tim Burton serving as best man. Despite those details, neither Depp nor Paradis has issued a single word regarding their reported wedding plans.
Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis have been cohabiting since 1998. They are parents to two children; son John "Jack" Christopher Depp III and daughter Lily-Rose Melody Depp. After a number of false marriage reports, Depp fueled another wedding speculation yet again after he was spotted shopping for engagement rings for Paradis at a high-end Southern California jewelry store in early December 2008.