Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Have A Gorgeous Family

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt made their first official appearance as a couple at this week’s NYC red carpet premier of The Good Shepherd.

In the new issue of Vogue magazine, Angelina Jolie, 31, speaks a little of how she and Brad Pitt, 43, fell in love and how it was never her intention to ruin his 5-year marriage to Jennifer Aniston, 37. “I didn’t know much about exactly where Brad was in his personal life. But it was clear he was with his best friend, someone he loves and respects,” Jolie said in the interview. “I think we were the last two people who were looking for a relationship. I certainly wasn’t,” she says. “I was quite content to be a single mom.”

She goes on to say that while filming Mr. And Mrs. Smith, they grew closer but it was not until after Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston announced their separation that Jolie and Pitt starting seeing each other romantically. Angelina credits her son Maddox for actually bringing Brad Pitt into the family after he called Brad dad one day while playing.

Blah, blah, blah. Say whatever you want Angelina Jolie — you’re still a home wrecker. And Jennifer Aniston was right when she told Oprah that Brad Pitt has a sensitivity chip missing. The only reason I don’t totally hate Angelina is because I think she actually understands that she has a greater purpose in life than just acting. And I really think the family on a whole is adorable. I’m pretty sure that if it weren’t for the kids and the charity work, I would feel much differently about Angelina Jolie.

I am so glad I found these pictures of the couple’s biological child, Shiloh. I was beginning to think that she didn’t exist or something. Shiloh Jolie-Pitt is a beautiful child, born into a beautifully interracial family.

All that being said……enjoy these pictures of the beautiful Jolie-Pitt family.

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angelina jolie on the cover of vogue magazine wearing a long red dress

2 Responses to “Angelina Jolie And Brad Pitt Have A Gorgeous Family”
  1. Betsy Says:

    I think Angelina Jolie is a seriously disturbed woman. She is starting to collect kids the way some people start to collect animals and become hoarders. The thrill comes in the obtaining, but there’s no ability to deal with the maintaining.
    She set out to purposely seduce Brad Pitt the same way Taylor seduced Burton on the set of Cleopatra. Plain and simple. I might even say Jolie collects guys the way she collects kids. She’s horrendously unstable.
    I don’t think Pitt is insensitive. I think that, like too many guys, he was thinking with the other head. No doubt he deeply regrets leaving Aniston.
    And no country, entity or person should ever allow Jolie to adopt another child. I don’t think she’s a great humanitarian. I think she’s a disturbed woman.

  2. WNelsen Says:

    Everyone’s got something to say about Angelina or Brad, or any “celebrity” really, some kind of judgment to pass, but truth be told no one has any right to judge these people. Yes, they are rich, but they are just people.
    They have a right to privacy too. They never claimed to be perfect, and like all people they make mistakes and decisions that other people aren’t going to agree with. Really all of this controversy is no more anyone’s business than what’s going on in the marriage of some couple that lives down the street from you. Everyone just wants to look at someone else and find a flaw in them so that they don’t have to focus on themselves. But before you judge and call names and assume, think about how crazy your life would be if everywhere you took your children you had to push through crowds of screaming fans and photographers, that you could never take your family out for a quiet dinner, or even take them shopping, imagine trying to explain to your children why their pictures are on magazine covers, is that the way you would want your child growing up? Wouldn’t you want a normal childhood for your children? I know I would. Everyone is so quick to pick up any little human flaw and smear it on the cover of a magazine, post about it online, make judgments and claim the “holier than thou” standpoint about how messed up, out of their mind, and selfish celebrities are, but let’s be honest, we are no better. The difference is their career choice, the income it generates and that the cameras capture their mistakes; we have the benefit of making our mistakes in private.