Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie: This is what Jennifer Aniston thinks of the divorce

Jennifer Aniston’s best friend Chelsea Handler has declared the actress “doesn’t care” about Brad Pitt’s split from Angelina Jolie.

The TV host reveals her pal, who was married to Brad for five years, has no interest in the breakdown of her ex-husband’s relationship, The Sun reports.

She has told Grazia magazine that it is “stupid and pathetic” to speculate about Jen’s feelings about the divorce.

Chelsea added: “As if Jen cares — she doesn’t care. It’s ridiculous that people still drag her into this.

“Hello! As if she is sitting around even caring about this.”

Brad began his romance with Angelina shortly after splitting from his first wife, Jennifer.

The couple met on the set of spy drama Mr. & Mrs Smith while Brad was still married to the Friends actress, and there has long been rumoured to be bad blood between trio.

Speculation about Jennifer’s opinion on the ‘Brangelina’ divorce has been rife since the split was confirmed last month, but Chelsea is adamant her actress pal is not dwelling on the news.

Brad and Jennifer married in 2000, but the marriage broke down and they divorced five years later.

Jen has since moved on and is now married to actor Justin Theroux.

They got engaged in 2012, and they tied the knot at their mansion in California last year.

The Sun reported last month that Brad and Angelina would be divorcing after 12 years together.

They wed two years ago and are parents to six children.

The actor’s parenting skills have been reported to be at the heart of the split as the stars disagreed over how to raise the youngsters.

Brad was also allegedly involved in bust-up with the couple’s eldest adopted son Maddox on-board a private plane.

The argument sparked an investigation by local law enforcement and child protective services.

Officials at the FBI later dropped their probe into the actor.
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie: This is what Jennifer Aniston thinks of the divorce
This article was originally published on The Sun