George Clooney and fiancée Amal Alamuddin have just secured a marriage license before their upcoming wedding, various reports confirm.
The couple, who became engaged last April, got the license in London where Amal, a human-rights lawyer, is currently based.
According to one of those reports, the 36-year-old appeared alone for a brief interview at the Chelsea Old Town Hall to obtain the proper documents. George was not required to be present, given that he's not a British citizen.
A notice was posted publicly outside the building (a legal requirement for U.K. citizens) announcing the two plan on tying the knot, though it has since been taken down. The location of the wedding was listed as Italy.
As Closer exclusively reported last month, the pair moved up their wedding date from September to mid-August "to make sure the weather is just right."
A confidant close to the pair told Closer, “Those expected to be on the guest list include Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Sandra Bullock, Bono, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, and perhaps even Barack and Michelle Obama."
While it was speculated Brad could serve as George's best man, insiders tell us they believe he'll go with either his producing partner Grant Heslov or a close friend like Rande.
Although the duo have done their best to keep their relationship out of the public eye, George couldn't help but admit to Variety magazine recently: "I'm marrying up."
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