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Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough’s Mexican wedding resort will be in ‘lockdown’

They’re tying the knot in Mexico in less than two weeks. 

And for their December eight nuptials, Karl Stefanovic, 44, and Jasmine Yarbrough, 34, are going to extraordinary lengths to keep their big day under wraps. 

According to The Daily Telegraph, their wedding resort will be in ‘lockdown’ and anyone with a camera will be booted off the premises. 

‘Security have been briefed and anyone with a camera will be booted out’: Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough’s Mexican wedding will be in ‘lockdown’…as images of the pair could go for more than $150K

The publication also reports that images of the pair could sell for more than a whopping $150,000.

‘The resort will be in lockdown and if anyone who has reserved a room at the venue is seen with a camera in their hand, they will be booted out,’ a source from ‘Stefanovic’s camp’ told the publication.

‘Mexican security guards have been briefed.’

How gorgeous! Karl and Jasmine are expected to tie the knot in a picturesque chapel at the One&Only Palmilla Resort in the seaside town of San Jòse del Cabo, where they will also be staying (pictured is the chapel)

How gorgeous! Karl and Jasmine are expected to tie the knot in a picturesque chapel at the One&Only Palmilla Resort in the seaside town of San Jòse del Cabo, where they will also be staying (pictured is the chapel)

'Mexican security guards briefed': The pair are trying their best to keep their big day private

‘Mexican security guards briefed’: The pair are trying their best to keep their big day private

They added: ‘And they won’t be able to hire helicopters in Cabo, there’s only one and it’s for the local police.’ 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Karl and Jasmine’s representatives for comment in relation to this story.  

Karl and Jasmine are expected to tie the knot in a picturesque chapel at the One&Only Palmilla Resort in the seaside town of San Jòse del Cabo, where they will also be staying.

The wedding will be a three-day affair, with the soon-to-be newlyweds sparing no expense.

Lavish: They've booked two villas, one at US$8,500 (approximately AU$11,600) per night, and another for US$11000 (approximately $AU15,000) per night

Lavish: They’ve booked two villas, one at US$8,500 (approximately AU$11,600) per night, and another for US$11000 (approximately $AU15,000) per night

They’ve booked two villas, one at US$8,500 (approximately AU$11,600) per night, and another for US$11000 (approximately $AU15,000) per night. 

The couple confirmed their engagement in February, with New Idea reporting Karl had popped the question to Jasmine during a holiday in Fiji. 

Meanwhile, a source said on Saturday that the couple have already obtained the required marriage license before they officially tie the knot.

‘Karl and Jasmine have secured their marriage licence ahead of their wedding in Mexico,’ the source told Daily Mail Australia. 

‘It was done recently … both are looking forward to celebrating with their family and friends in Mexico,’ the source added. 

Wedding bells: Meanwhile, a source said on Saturday that the couple have already obtained the required marriage license before they officially tie the knot

Wedding bells: Meanwhile, a source said on Saturday that the couple have already obtained the required marriage license before they officially tie the knot

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