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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: Long-time Hollywood couple 'call off divorce'

International Business Times (AU) logoInternational Business Times (AU) 26/07/2016 Annjanell Peji


There is good news for all Brangelina fans: "Maleficent" lead star Angelina Jolie and "World War Z" actor Brad Pitt have called off their alleged divorce. According to publications, all the couple needed was some quality time with their children to save their marriage.

The former Lara Croft actress and her long-time husband were "on the brink of divorce," as previous reports claimed. In Touch Weekly reported earlier this month that Angelina discovered Brad reconnecting with ex-wife Jennifer Aniston. An insider said that the 52-year-old "Troy" cast member was only reaching out to Jennifer out of sympathy. However, his long-time partner thought otherwise. This then led to gaps in their relationship. 

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt © Provided by IBT Australia Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt The gossip site then claims that the Hollywood couple had called the divorce quits after spending time together with their six kids at a get-away in Los Angeles, California. Brad and Angelina were reported to be back to being comfortable and happy with each others' company.

According to Inquisitr, the couple's quarrels mostly arise from Angelina's jealousy towards Brad's co-stars. In a report from March, Hollywood Life claimed that Brad was filing for divorce due to Angelina's jealousy over Marion Cotillard. The two were rumoured to be getting intimate with each other while they were shooting for a movie. A source from Hollywood Life said that Angelina was worried that Marion was "seducing" her husband and planning to take take him away.

However, as some reports countered, there were no divorce reports to begin with. Rumours of Brad and Angelina fighting and divorcing aren't new. They have been plagued by such reports since they got together over a decade ago.

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