Sources have reportedly revealed to TMZ that the pair would be saying their "I do's," in a castle with about 100 guests made up of closest friends and family.
Even more interesting is the fact that there are no phones allowed into the ceremony as the couple struggle to maintain the utmost privacy.
Sources have reportedly revealed to TMZ that the pair would be saying their "I do's," in a castle with about a 100 guests made up of closest friends and family.
The guests are revealed to have been asked to drop their phones so that there is zero possibility of images leaking on any of the social mediums.
TMZ goes on to report that the guests would be meeting at a central location before being transported to the mystery wedding location in England.
Earlier today, Ciara revealed her fears for the life of her fiance, Wilson, arising from the death threats her rapper ex, Future, issued in a song last year.
Ciara's fears, as silly and childish as they may seem, might be an extra motivation for the super private ceremony.
The couple got engaged on March 11, 2016, while on a vacation to a private honeymoon beach on North Island.
All the same, a big congrats to the happy couple.