Those pesky paparazzi get everywhere! And as these aerial pictures prove, no celebrity is safe from press intrusion.
Even if you happen to be one of the hottest power couples in the world.
But wait, surely there's something awry - not least because the wedding in question hasn't actually happened yet.
No, things are not quite as they appear.
Jackson is known for her reimaginings of iconic events in which actors play the leading roles.
Her most notable coup to date was perhaps a 300-image spoof take on the wedding of Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge.
And now the artist has turned her camera on the impending marriage of Hollywood couple, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
The bride looks ravishing in ivory - 'is it Armani Prive or is it vintage' - we find ourselves wondering as Jackson's lens follows her lookalikes from their hotel suite to the car to the outdoor ceremony itself.
One thing is for sure though. As any magazine deal surrounding the real photographs is likely to be worth about $10 million, security to protect the actual proceedings will be rather tighter than it is in Jackson's world...
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