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Gabrielle Union’s wedding: No cell phones, no cameras

Gabrielle Union is locking down her man and locking her guests’ lips at her wedding to Dwyane Wade this weekend. The entry to the event, which takes place on Saturday over the Labor Day weekend, requires guests to keep quiet about anything they witness.

TMZ obtained the invitation for the Miami, Florida, wedding, which stated, “We are so looking forward to sharing this very special day with you. For the comfort of our guests and to protect our privacy, no cameras or cell phones will be permitted at the party. Also, photo IDs will be required for all guests.”

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In addition, anyone associated with the wedding, from family members to vendors, is required to sign a confidentiality agreement before stepping into the party. Violators will be subject to a large cash fine for damages.

It’s no surprise that they are requiring secrecy. The couple has had a bumpy road to the altar. Union got a ring for Christmas, but it was revealed a week later that the NBA player had fathered a child. The newborn was not Union’s child, but the couple maintained that the pregnancy occurred during a break in their relationship.

Wade took responsibility for his actions and talked about his personal life during a press conference in December.

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“I’m in the public eye, so obviously that’s a part of it. It comes with the territory. But… as I’ve always done my whole life… is always focus on what’s most important to me and my family, and that’s being a great father. I’ve always tried to show my importance in my kids’ lives and it doesn’t change now,” the Miami Heat player said. “So, me and my lady and my family have continued to move forward and I think that’s evident with the ring and the proposal that I gave her with our lives.”

So for now, the duo is done talking. They are ready to wed. They also want their guests to keep quiet, too.

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