Earlier this week we heard RUMORS that Brangelina, the most recently engaged couple, may be getting hitched in the South of France. Now, there are reports that the other engaged duo, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, may be tying the knot in the South of Italy. Us Weekly is reporting that Justin and Jessica checked out a grand wedding venue in the small Italian town of Bernalda called Palazzo Margherita, where Sofia Coppola got married last year. Read on for more of the report and some pics of the incredible, but unconfirmed, wedding venue.
JT and Jess have been on vacation in Italy the past few days and pics have surfaced of the couple going on dinner dates, and generally having a lovely time. At the start of April we saw Jessica shopping up a storm in Paris, and rumor has it that she was doing some fittings for her wedding dress.
This is what Us Weekly is saying the couple did while vacationing in Italy earlier this month..
On April 10, the couple hit Rome, where they shared dinner at Dal Bolognese and “held hands across the table,” a witness tells the new issue of Us Weekly (out now). After the meal, Biel and Timberlake strolled back to their hotel “and stopped along the way for a cuddle,” says a local.Following a stop in Naples and a private boat tour along the island of Capri, the future spouses arrived in Bernalda, where they checked out wedding venue Palazzo Margherita.
Palazzo Margherita is situated in Bernalda, a small hilltop town in the Basilicata region of Southern Italy. While the nearby region of Puglia has become popular with tourists, Bernalda is one of a few beautiful towns which has remained untouched by mass tourism. The actual Palazzo is magnificent. It was restored by Francis Coppola, Sofia’s father, and is serious luxury. From the pictures and info on the website you can tell that this venue was made for a celeb wedding. Palatial comfort.. courtyards… swimming pools…gardens, and all within a quaint Italian town. Ahh! If JT and Jess do end up marrying here, I have no doubt that it will be seriously stunning.
Here are some pics of the palace from the Palazzo Margherita website…