Brad and Angelina paying for Malta honeymoon privacy

The Jolie - Pitt Family
The Jolie - Pitt Family

WASHINGTON, August 30, 2014 — Now that Brad and Angelina have married, they are honeymooning on a private island with their six children.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have waited more than eight years to wed. They have been busy raising their melded family, and now they are married and honeymooning on their own private island. A local says the couple have already paid as much as $200,000 to local business owners to insure their privacy.

The Hollywood power couple is mixing work with pleasure, filming scenes for their upcoming movie, “By The Sea,” their first onscreen project together since they met in “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” in 2004.

“A lot of people have agreed to leave the island so that they can have privacy to film the movie,” the source said. “The set is being built there to recreate the French Riviera.”

“The boat is absolutely beautiful, a classic yacht with three masts, and is where Angelina, Brad and their children will stay during the shoot,” a source said. “It will hopefully allow them some privacy and some time to explore and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.”

Brad is familiar with the area ­because he filmed “Troy” in and around Malta and Comino.

Brad and Angelina’s secret ceremony took place last Saturday with 22 guests, their six children, and Brad Pitt’s family attending.

Angelina’s father, Jon Voight was not invited to attend, but said that he was happy for their marriage.

“I’m going to Europe to see them all this week. I’ve been waiting a long time for this wedding to happen — everything is cool, I’m very happy,” the Ray Donovan star said.

Angelina reportedly walked down the aisle with her eldest sons Maddox, 13, and Pax, 10, on each arm, while her daughters Zahara, 9, and Vivienne, 6, served as flower girls. Daughter Shiloh, 8, and son Knox, 6, served as ring bearers.

The wedding was a brief respite from busy schedules that had Pitt in England Thursday visiting a military museum as part of an event tied to his upcoming World War II flick, “Fury” and Angelia working on behalf of the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

“Three million refugees is not just another statistic. It is a searing indictment of our collective failure to end the war in Syria,” Jolie wrote in a statement.

“UN Security Council Resolutions are being ignored; war crimes are being committed on a daily basis and regional countries are staggering under the human burden,” said the 39-year-old actress, who is a special UN envoy for refugees.

A fun look back at the bride, Angelina Jolie, while we wait for the wedding pics to be revealed.

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