Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union are expected to tie the knot over the weekend, and they intend on keeping it under wraps. The famous couple will wed on Saturday evening, according to Jason Rowan of Fox Sports, and hoping to keep guests silent about the event.
A copy of an agreement from the couple has allegedly been obtained by TMZ that notes everything must be kept confidential. TMZ spells out what the agreement entails for those in attendance:
We've obtained a copy of the confidentiality agreement drawn up for D-Wade and Gabby -- we're told relatives, guests, vendors, caterers ... in short, everybody ... will have to sign it before setting foot in the wedding.
... The doc goes even further ... warning that ANYTHING seen or heard at the wedding is confidential information that must be kept secret -- including any personal info or financial details.
According to the agreement, violators will pay a hefty cash fine for unspecified damages.
It was also reported earlier by TMZ that no cameras or cell phones would be allowed at the wedding. The previous report also notes that guests will be meeting up at a famous hotel and transported to the mystery site to witness the wedding.
Needless to say, Wade and Union don't want their personal business shared and are looking to make sure that happens.
But if the wedding is anything like the Save the Date video the couple sent out, expectations are high for the famous couple.
With the event set to take place in Miami, per the invitation provided by TMZ, it makes sense for the couple to attempt to have some privacy. But with hoards of media members looking to get a scoop, the extreme lengths might be necessary.
For those hoping to see anything shared, it is likely that the attendees will respect the couple's wishes. For those who don't obey the rules, expect a potential fine in the future.
As high-profile celebrities, keeping some intimacy on their special day is a wish that should be respected by those in attendance. And if they decide not to follow along, things might get interesting after the big day.
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