Together for three years in the 1990s, the two actors returned to their relationship during an interview broadcast on the Goop site.
Who said you can’t stay friends with your ex? Gwyneth Paltrow invited her former fiancé Brad Pitt to respond to an interview on her website, Goop, on Tuesday June 14. The Oscar-winning actor promoted his clothing brand, God’s True Cashmere, there. But when he was to talk about his collection of 100% cashmere shirts, made in Italy and embellished with semi-precious stones, the conversation turned to the story they had between 1994 to 1997.
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As Father’s Day approaches, the actressIron Man remembered his late father’s secrets about Brad Pitt: “I will never forget when we were engaged and he came to me with tears in his eyes and said ‘you know I never really understood what it meant to win a son but now I know it”. What the star of fight club replied: “Even if we didn’t get married”.
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The actress then joked about her current husband, producer Brad Falchuk: “Finally found the Brad I was meant to marry. It just took me 20 years”. To which the comedian added: “It’s great to have you as a friend now”. They then ended their conversation with sweet words: “I love you,” said Brad Pitt, which Gwyneth Paltrow was quick to answer: “I love you so much.”
25 years later
Between their separation and this sincere reunion, 25 years have passed during which Gwyneth Paltrow was married to the singer of the group Coldplay, Chris Martin, from 2003 to 2014 and with whom she had two children, Apple, 18 years old and Moses Martin, 16 years old. In 2018, she then said “yes” to Brad Falchuk.
As for Brad Pitt, after his marriage to the star of Friends Jennifer Aniston from 2000 to 2005, he then married Angelina Jolie with whom he had six children, Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, Zahara, 17, Shiloh, 16, as well as Vivienne and Knox Jolie-Pitt, 13 years. The famous Hollywood couple, however, separated in 2016 and is now at the heart of an unprecedented legal battle.