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11 things we know about George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding

Ludicrously specific things. According to media reports.

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GEORGE CLOONEY AND his fiancée Amal Alamuddin are getting married this weekend.

It’s happening in Venice, at the 16th-century Cavalli Palace. According to many, many media reports, here are all the incredibly specific things know about it.

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They’ve banned mobile phones at the wedding. (Telegraph)

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He’s brought lots of bottles of his own tequila – each featuring his signature – to the wedding. And has been swapping them with journalists. (Mirror)

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The rehearsal dinner went “pretty well”. (Heat)

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Clooney has invited his “trusted Venetian water taxi driver, Alessandro” to the wedding. (Us Weekly)

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George and Amal have a special wedding monogram, which is printed on at least one hatbox. “Just look how perfectly that cursive A melds into that strong, rigid G.” (Perez Hilton)

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Bono is there.

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So is Matt Damon.

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The wedding dinner is going to be “lobster, wild mushrooms and figs”. (Yahoo)

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There will also be a “mysterious ceremony” before the dinner. (Yahoo)

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Oh, and he had a cup of coffee with Cindy Crawford this morning. (AP)

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