Basketball star LeBron has finally asked friends and family to save the date for their wedding
Lebron James and his sweetheart Savannah Brinson have finally set a date for their wedding. Savannah and LeBron, who have two children together, have sent friends a ‘save the date card, asking pals to make sure they keep their diaries clear for their wedding, on the weekend of September 13 – 15. They plan to wed in San Diego, according to People magazine and the cards they sent out feature a caricature of the family, “all dressed up, grinning and piloting a plane into San Diego.”
TMZ have pointed out that there could be a problem with James and Brinson’s Jewish buddies attending their nuptials, as the date they’ve asked them to save is actually the start of the Yom Kippur Jewish festival. On Sept 13, Jews are supposed to fast for 24 hours and pray. Not exactly compatible with your average wedding, sadly. We’ll save the rest of TMZ’s comments on the Jewish faith to its own readership; we just hope for LeBron and Savannahs sake that they manage to find a compromise for their Jewish pals.
James LeBron and Savanna Brinson have set a date for their wedding
The happy couple, who got engaged back in 2011 were actually childhood sweethearts since high school and have two sons, LeBron Jr, aged 8 and Bryce, aged 5. They certainly seem to be very happy together; just recently they were spotted at a charity event where they were said to be “very loving… they seemed really happy from the second they walked in until the second they left.”