Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Pete really is marrying Kate this time, really, really, really. No, really.

If the boy who cried wolf had yelled "it's the wool-uf" as often as journalists announce the imminent marriage of Kate Moss and Pete Doherty, he'd have got bored with it.

With that in mind, although this morning's reports sound plausible, I wouldn't start tapping their name into the electronic gift registry at Debenhams just yet.

For a start, the date seems a little vague:

Kate and Pete are yet to set a date but have discussed a Christmas wedding or January 16 — Kate’s 33rd birthday.

And then the choice of venue seems a little odd:

They will tie the knot at Marylebone Register Office in London because of its rich musical history.

Many famous couples have taken their vows in ceremonies in the old Marylebone town hall, now officially called Westminster Register Office.

PAUL McCARTNEY married Linda there in 1969. And Oasis singer LIAM GALLAGHER wed PATSY KENSIT there in 1997.


While there might be something apt in marrying Kate Moss in a cavernous hole that's already had Liam Gallagher inside it, making an ill-fated coupling, surely Pete hasn't become so rock orthodox that he's started doing things "like the Beatles, la" has he?


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