George Clooney and his fiancée Amal Alamuddin are set to marry this September, according to multiple reports.
The Gravity star, 53, and the human rights barrister, 36, are expected to be sending "save the date" cards out soon.
"September 12 is the date they are aiming for," a close friend of Amal told MailOnline.
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin
As for the venue, it has been widely speculated that the couple will tie the knot in Lake Como — a favourite holiday spot with George, where the actor owns a lavish, cream-coloured villa that was used to film scenes for Ocean's Twelve.
However, the insider revealed that this may no longer be the case.
"Everyone thinks they will marry in Lake Como where Georgeowns a beautiful home but Amal feels that is too public," they said. "They are looking to host a small wedding in an Italian village where they can control the photographers. But they haven't decided yet."
Amal's ring is said to be worth £450,000
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George and London-based Amal, who is of Lebanese origin, got engaged at the end of April after having dated for seven months meaning that a September wedding would fall around the time of their one-year anniversary.
Earlier this week, Amal was spotted returning to the UK after celebrating the couple's engagement party in Malibu.
The brunette beauty flashed her diamond sparkler, which is said to be an exquisite seven-carat diamond and reportedly worth £450,000.