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Larry Page, the multi-gazillionaire co-founder of evil search empire Google will this weekend tie the knot on Richard Branson's sun-kissed Caribbean enclave of Necker Island, Reuters reports.

Six hundred guests will be whisked in private jets to see Page, 34, say "I do" to Lucy Southworth, according to the New York Post, while Branson will act as best man for the nuptials.

Google minions apparently booked hotel rooms on the neighbouring island of Virgin Gorda (Fat Virgin) six months in advance of the happy event, but the company is keeping tight-lipped on further details.

Accordingly, we cannot confirm that the newly-weds will honeymoon in Israel where Google recently launched its innovative grass a blogger scheme. ®

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