George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin were married for a second time in a civil ceremony in Venice Monday on the Grand Canal.
Though the two were married in a private ceremony Saturday, complete with only their closest friends, family and Hollywood celebrities, they had a second round Monday, reportedly because the city administration must pick a site for a public viewing so it can be legalized.
They arrived by water taxi “trailed by dozens of boats with photographers,” because how else is George Clooney going to show up at his second wedding ceremony?
“Clooney, 53, looked dapper in a gray suit and matching tie, while the bride, 36, wore a cream-colored, short-sleeved jacket with palazzo pants and a matching wide-brimmed hat accented by a navy ribbon.”
TMZ is reporting that the couple had strict rules in order to maintain privacy during their closed ceremony.
— Leave your cellphone in your hotel room
— If you think you may need your phone, then bring it … but leave it at a kiosk near the entrance
— All guests will be provided a burner phone with a code, which serves as a ticket to enter
— All guests will also receive a camera to take pics as they please
— HERE’S THE CATCH … The camera has a code that allows George’s people to access the photos. So if Amal’s 3rd cousin were to give TMZ a pic of the nuptials, George could find the matching phone pic and skewer the cuz.