Angelina Jolie won’t marry Brad: “Once you have six children, you’re committed”

Yes, another Angelina Jolie story – I covered her Newsweek cover story here. There are new photos too, but we don‘t have them. You can see La Jolie in white here. She’s going to be on Nightline tonight, and ABC News has released a short clip of her interview with Christiane Amanpour, which I’ve included below. I actually laughed a little bit at the quotes that got released. Christiane asks Angelina if she and Brad will ever get married, and as Angelina is describing how the kids ask that too, Angelina says: “I asked them if it was just because they wanted to have a big cake.” That really speaks to her as a mom, right? She knows her kids, and it’s not like the kids even really understand “marriage” – but she knows they understand CAKE. I imagine Empress Zahara would be all, “Yes, we want cake. And gelato. And PONIES.”

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She says: “I asked them if it was just because they wanted to have a big cake. They have asked, yeah, because … people get married in the movies. Shrek and Fiona are married, you know? We’ve explained to them that our commitment, when we decided to start a family, was the greatest commitment you could possibly have. Once you have six children, you’re committed.”

I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again – I don’t think Angelina would mind marrying Brad. I think she kind of wants to have a real ceremony and everything, and she might even be encouraging the kids’ questions about it, and Brad is the one who doesn’t want to go down the aisle.

Screencaps from Nightline, additional pics by Pacific Coast News.

 

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  1. Lucky Charm says:

    LOL at the kids wanting the big cake! Also, look how long it took Gene Simmons to finally marry Shannon. So just because they haven’t gotten married already, doesn’t mean that they won’t one day. Or maybe they never will, like Kurt & Goldie. Whatever they decide, they ARE committed to each other for life because of the kids.

  2. Paloma says:

    I think just the opposite. I think Brad first offered to marry her when she was pregnant with Shiloh.

    • cat says:

      I agree. Why are people so quick to believe the woman wants to get married? So many fantasies and old school ideas keep getting regurgitated.

    • Freya says:

      I have always thought, and still do, that it is Jolie who is reluctant to tie the knot. She has everything except for that piece of paper, which she has had, twice. Maybe she doesn’t want to be a wife again.

      I’m sure they have an agreement in place that takes care of things. Meanwhile they’re together, raise their kids, and at the same time don’t feel tied down.

      • Gigi says:

        I think neither of them want to do it just yet. I think they’re both afraid of the jinx, as in with their previous marriages. Or they’ll only finally do it far down the line, when they’ve done everything else. I kinda like them not married though, it suits them. Can’t imagine Angie’s legal paperwork listing her as Mrs. Pitt or invites being sent to them under “Mr. and Mrs. Pitt.” I’d like to think they enjoy the equality of being independent from each other that way.

  3. teri says:

    When Angelina speaks the world listens, love it.

  4. OK says:

    You are right. Pitt will not marry Jolie out respect to Aniston.

  5. zoomie says:

    ‘icky and gaunt’? she emanates beauty.

  6. NM9005 says:

    Sounds about right. I never understood why people would let children decide or have a hand in the decision to enter such an institution as marriage. As if they understand what it really means. I think people put so much gravitas in their decision because it comes accross as “caring for your children and finding them the most important in their life” but if the children are really that important, those big decisions have to be made by the only two persons who fully understand why they want to get married: the parents. Just my take.

    In Jolie’s case, she’s been married twice and Pitt once, they both know what it feels like and how hard it is. It’s not that first time naive romantic idyllic union anymore. They’re adults with buckets of experience so I don’t think it’s fair to point at one person as the reason why they aren’t married yet.

  7. Angi says:

    Mel Gibson had 7 kids with his wife and then cheated. So the amount of kids you have with someone doesn’t make them stay.

    • Lushus L. says:

      So very true! And anyone with a pea brain and “buckets of experience” would know that. Plus, I find her cake comment flippant and condescending. Obviously, her kids feel insecure because their parents don’t love each other enough to get married. Kids do know what marriage means–better than adults. Sorry to rant but she gags me.

      • Cut the Cheese says:

        She gags me too! When will she ever give those nannies a pat on the back?

      • NM9005 says:

        1. what Camille says
        2. I don’t believe in marriage either way, not for myself and not for children
        3. The children asked because they see films (= not reality unless you believe Shrek and Fiona are the epitome of marital bliss? an ogre?) and base their opinions on that so for Jolie to see through their idealistic way of processing the giddy romantic tale is actually very smart. Read a sociology book about how children process the info that comes towards them and you’ll see that they’re not passive about it but neither are they highly aware what implications certain actions have. It takes much more than a film to understand marriage, surely somebody with a pea brain can understand that?
        4. to compare Jolie with Gibson is ridiculous. For one because Jolie actually has a good heart and doesn’t hate on Jews, women, blacks, gay people, Latinos. On the extreme contrary. Second, she’s not an evil drunk who likes to use violence when her partner won’t sexually please her and three isn’t a hypocrite about her beliefs (a devout Christian my ass) so the comparison really falls flat here.
        5. I think it’s a good example for children to see a strong relationship that isn’t defined by social norms, opinions and a legal paper that states the obvious. I don’t know why non-marriage would make children insecure. Where did you get that from, if I may ask?

      • Emma says:

        Nah, in this instance I think a cigar is just a cigar. Kids ‘do’ become very engaged in the movies they watch, particularly animated movies. And it’s very much a child’s reasoning to say “Shrek and Fiona are married, Mom. How come you and Dad aren’t married?” or “Belle and the Beast got married” and “Tiana married the prince even when she was a frog, Mom!”

        To think that kids wouldn’t ask these questions after watching a favorite movie–rather than do so because they’re insecure–shows a lack of … well … maturity and experience in being around small children; who are much, much smarter than we sometimes realize.

      • de says:

        Then get the h*ll out of this story if she “gags” you soooooooooooooooooooooooooo much.

        Don’t love each other enough? How in the world does your stupid self know that? hmmmm Friggin idiot is what you are.
        They sure love each other enough to have six kids, to never be apart, to support eachother, to always go on location.

      • Freya says:

        “Her kids feel insecure because their parents don’t love each other enough to get married.”

        Ridiculous! Little kids don’t know about that piece of paper. They HAVE seen Shrek and Fiona, and they have seen weddings, and they know about big cakes; and their parents have never left them at home when they go travelling. What reason do you have to say they feel insecure?

        Also, the kids are his too, so they’re THEIR kids, not her kids.

    • Camille says:

      A wedding ring/marriage certificate doesn’t necessarily keep people together either.

  8. Eleonor says:

    I think they don’t want to walk down the aisle, just like Johnny Deep and Vanessa Paradis, they are a family, and they don’t feel the necessity of a wedding. I can totally understand this, me and my boyfriend are togher since 2006, we live together, and we feel we are each other family. Marriage? No thanks.

  9. Jeannified says:

    I don’t know why people think that Brad is not interested in marrying Angelina Jolie. I think it’s the other way around, although I do think (hope?) that they will marry in the future.

  10. mauibound says:

    I really wish the paps would leave the kids alone. Look at the face Shiloh is making. Sure I love to see pix of the kids( especially the Empress, Bring on the ponies!) But it just seems wrong to have them hunted that way. It’s not their choice.

  11. AG says:

    She is so beautiful! And I love that her forehead moves!

  12. lamplighter says:

    wonder how maddox, pax, and z would feel if they weren’t legally adopted? what if their parents told them that they are committed to being their parents so they don’t need a piece of paper to validate the relationship? yes, i realize adoption is different, but the principle is the same. if the commitment is there and they’re in it for the long haul, why not get married?

    • Jollytr says:

      Wish we had a “like”button … very well said lamplighter.

    • Derpy says:

      Nice straw man. Marriage and relationships, two consenting adults. Raising children who need healthcare, schooling, and other legal protections. But what type of logical person would see the difference between the two?

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      Or if they’re committed to each other and in it for the long haul then WHY get married? See-you say “why not?” but an equal and valid argument is “why do so?”. People are different-not everybody needs to get married to be happy together.

      • lamplighter says:

        jolie presented her reason for not marrying. i countered with another viewpoint. she argued the ‘why.’ so i argued the ‘why not.’ it’s already been covered.

      • lamplighter says:

        for the record, i don’t care who marries whom or what. i’d just prefer a more reasoned response, one that can’t be flipped and used to argue the opposite position. i prefer brad’s answer from a while back that they’re not getting married until everyone can do so legally. fine. end of story. not that they have to please me. it’s their lives. they get to live them as they see fit.

    • constance says:

      +1. Interesting point.

      Their PR people love to trademark names and buy up url property. I think they should all become Jolie-Pitts even if they don’t get married civilly. They have enough money and legal counsel to do a name alteration.

      But then what questions would they be left with to ask her time and again in these interviews?

    • spinner says:

      @ Lamplighter…Well said & an excellent point

    • Cheyenne says:

      Why don’t Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis (2 kids and 15 years) get married? Why don’t Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn (20-something years and counting) get married? People do what people do. And a marriage license never stopped anyone from leaving when they wanted out of the marriage. Ask Brad Pitt’s ex-wife about that.

    • NM9005 says:

      They don’t need the paper. Their feelings for the children come from the heart not from that paper, they just have to prove it by undergoing the legal process. It’s not one or two person’s decisions to take a child and raise it as their own. Can you imagine how many nuts would take children like that (for slavery, abuse whatever). The paper is a validation for the governement and other parties involved since it proves you’ve given the info they needed to understand you’re trusthworthy and capable of taking care of the child.
      So it is a straw since marriage = two consenting adults go into the instition for romantic and business reasons while gaining legal advantages
      and adoption = a process between various parties in accordance to legal principles that could take up many years of bureaucracy and heartache and which the child has no say in it. There is a huge difference. Even with biological children you have to comply to certain legal standards so I don’t see the parallel honestly.
      The children know their parents love each other because they are raised by them and provided them with love, care, understanding and support not because you can swing the adoption papers in front of them and telling “see how much trouble we went through to get you, that’s amore”. Ummh, no. Most people feel an instant connection and the paperwork is just the beginning of that. It’s something they go through because they have too.

      Obviously they care for each other and want to stay together so I don’t know why they need to prove it to you lot (that’s what it’s all about really). You need the prove not them. You find it important. Why should you get married anyway?

    • Leticia says:

      YES! Brilliant point, Lamplighter.

      Just my opinion, but I think they don’t get married in order to keep getting asked the question. Yet another way to seem iconoclastic, counterculture, whatever. i think they are good people but try way too hard to be rebels.

      (I’m not emotionally invested in them and I don’t care what they do.)

    • Freya says:

      Because she has been married before, twice. That piece of paper didn’t do anything for her.

  13. hstl1 says:

    I am so sick of the question. I can’t imagine how they feel about it.

  14. Jayna says:

    I think Angelina is stunning, but she does need a few pounds on her.

  15. NYC_girl says:

    Since I’m unemployed and have too much time on my hands, I got tickets for Anderson Cooper this morning. We were told last week that we’d also be watching a movie screening and he’d be interviewing the director after. We weren’t told what we’d be seeing. It was her movie – “In The Land of Blood & Honey,” about the Bosnian war. Very rough for 8am. I was never one of her fans, but the movie is epic. I think she did a great job. And she was lovely on the show.

  16. Nancy C. says:

    brad can’t commit cause he still loves jen.

    • Get Real! says:

      Please, put the tabloids down. Being stuck in 2005 is “not cool.” There are PLENTY of couples in Hollywood unmarried with children. Why not pester Johny Depp why he hasn’t married the Mother of his kids after 12 years?

    • Cheyenne says:

      Nancy, how old are you? Thirteen and a half?

      • Nordic Gal says:

        Jesus, woman, fix your trolldar. This is just embarrassing. That goes for Get Real! as well. Unless you’re counter-trolling. In which case… Maybe look into some new hobbies.

      • Cheyenne says:

        “Trolldar”?

        Now that’s really embarrassing.
        s m d h
        :roll:

      • Valkyrie says:

        And the already worn out “smdh” is as embarassing as “just sayin.” Seriously.

      • Nordic Gal says:

        Be that as it may, I just don’t understand how it doesn’t pain you to know the joy you bring to these people when you gleefully rush to take their baits every single time. Or do you simply not realize that is what happens? You being both you, Cheyenne, and you, Jolie disciples in general.

        Ooh, I feel a premonition coming on. Next, instead of addressing what I actually wrote, you’ll make fun of my supposed attractiveness/relationship status/being “a hater”/vocabulary/sentence structure. Or all of the above.

        I have no idea what that combination of letters is supposed to mean. I’m not good with internet abbreviations. Which also happen to be embarrassing.

      • Eve says:

        Cheyenne, I agree with many of your comments (here on Celebitchy) but right now I’ll have to side with Nordic Gal’s on this. Many times I see you responding to commenters that should be completely ignored simply because they’re CLEARLY trolling. If they actually believe what they’re writing, then they have to be demented. Either way, it’s never a good idea to give them any attention.

        Regarding internet slangs and acronyms, I don’t mind the “smdh” though the first time I saw it (not here) I thought it had something to do with sadomasochism. But the following expressions should be banned for life:

        “Blah blah blah. NOT!” (I’m looking at you Justin Timberlake and Gwynnie Goop);

        “Blah blah blah much?”;

        And…

        “Blah blah blah. Enough said” (extra dumb points for whoever writes it with “nuff” instead of “enough”).

  17. Francesca says:

    I think not marrying Brad makes her feel free and she definitely is a free bird type of person… If she married him she would divorce him within a year.

    • skuddles says:

      I agree with your point about her being a free bird Francesca. Besides, both have been married before and we know how that turned out, maybe they’re afraid of ruining a good thing? In any case, I think they’re in it for the long haul.

  18. Jackie says:

    i think brad has always wanted to marry her and she is the one saying no.

    i think she loves that he is a good father, family man, and a stable force in her life. is she madly in love with him, no.

    • Cheyenne says:

      I don’t know if any couple is still “madly in love” after seven years. But they seem to have built a very strong, stable and mutually satisfying relationship together, which is an infinitely more solid base for building a family than being “madly in love”.

      • Original Tiffany says:

        WRONG!!!!! I have been with my husband for almost 23 years and we are definitely “madly in love” and then some, since it’s so deep and bonded by family.
        My husband realized we wouldn’t be home for Sunday dinner and made a sad face-what am I going to do? And we still adore each other.
        My Aunt and Uncle had the exact same type of relationship until he passed. It’s not common, but boy if you find it, by all means enjoy it.
        Angie seems thin, but they must be very committed and still in love. She’s probably run down from kids and work and travel. Cut her some slack. She doesn’t seem like the vapid type to hang out at the spa in Cabo…

  19. Turtle Dove says:

    This was a good interview. Angie was at ease and so natural. Gorgeous, as usual, but Ange is a fantastic speaker.

  20. TheOriginalKitten says:

    I don’t think her point was “We have six kids together so I know he’ll never leave me”. I think her point was “We love each other and are committed to raising our family and a legal document *authenticating* our union is irrelevant to us.” I don’t understand why people can’t just accept different strokes for different folks? Some people aren’t obsessed with getting married-if anything I think this speaks more to how secure and content they are in their relationship.

  21. Brandi says:

    Her hair looks so shiny and lovely in the bottom pic. I wonder what she uses on it.

  22. the original bellaluna says:

    I think she sounds refreshingly grounded (and as we know, I’m not a brangeloony) and honestly, WHO CARES?

    If they choose to get married, they will. If not, it doesn’t seem like either of them is going anywhere. Leave them alone!

    (And totally agree with the above comment about the paps leaving the kids alone. I can’t imagine the sheer number of charges I’d be facing if every time I took out my kiddo, he was blinded by flashbulbs. I’d be like Linnocent, permanently in court and/or on probabtion.)

  23. lisa says:

    What difference does it make. They are together and seem happy being the way they are. It is working for them. Marriage does not mean forever for everyone. Look at families. The vast majority are blended families. So they are a couple together. Why is that question asked all the time. and how many times do they have to answer.. the obsession is crazy. They either have to get married or break up.

    I think they are just fine.

    OH and please post pictures of Brad’s parents Bill and Jane at the breakfast with Angie..The Pitts are in NYC to support Angie.. should be at the Premier.. Clapping

    I guess they aren’t anti Angie after all. Jane and Bill were beaming as the left the event.

    Family supporting each other.. a beautiful thing.

  24. Kim says:

    Kids are much more comfortable with their parents being married. It has to do with conformity and at their young ages they want what everyone else has/what is “normal” and to them that is a married mommy & daddy.

    It makes kids uncomfortable when people ask them or their parents in front of them when they are getting married. It makes them feel like they are missing something or that their parents not being married is wrong. Its not — but kids do feel this way.

    Kids dont get commitment between 2 adults and think mom or dad could leave at anytime because not married. They dont get that married couples can split at any time also. It just for some reason provides kids with more of a sense of stability if their parents are married.

    • the original bellaluna says:

      While I would generally tend to agree with you, these kids (by virtue of who their parents are) are not “normal” kids. By that I mean, of course, they aren’t going to public schools, sitting in class with 34 other kids, being asked by peers and other family members “Why aren’t your parents married?”

    • Flan says:

      And then when parents get divorced, it is more of a shock to kids, since the marriage supposedly ‘proved’ they were forever.

      In this time and age marriage guarantees almost nothing.

  25. Javagirl1 says:

    I disagree with Kaiser, I think Brad would marry her in a heartbeat if she wanted it.

    Shiloh’s little tie is cute.

  26. Embee says:

    I obviously don’t know AJ, but, like her, I have been married and divorced twice (and we’re a week apart in age). From where I am sitting marriage is one of the least appealing things in the world. When you’ve done it (twice), given your all and thought you had it figured out, only to have things fall apart, it just seems so pointless. A healthy relationship? Yes, please. But no more promises of “forever” that have caveats such as “but I am going to hit/degrade you” or “but I am going to bang my coworker.” Then I have to pay the lawyers to get rid of you.

  27. Girl says:

    Didn’t Brad Pitt at one point say something to the effect of “we will get married when our far friends can get married”? I personally don’t care who is legally allowed to get married but this seems kind of hypocritical now. Either the institution if marriage is important or it isn’t. It exists for a reason.

  28. JC126 says:

    See, I think it’s the opposite; I think Brad would marry her but for whatever reason she doesn’t want to marry him or is afraid to do so. She’s the one with two failed marriages, after all.

  29. Amy says:

    Everyone rips on Kate Middleton for being too skinny, but Angelina definitely is too. She IS gaunt looking–I’m very thin and I know the difference between being naturally thin and looking gaunt. I understand she has 6 children, that’s stressful. But she could gain a few. Her face is making her look bobble headed, just like Jennifer Hudson was looking a few months ago. At least she looks happy in these pictures.

  30. Feebee says:

    I think they may want to get married but they said that thing about not until everyone can and now they’re kind of stuck.

    Having six kids together means you’re committed to six kids for life. Sorry, I don’t think it necessarily commits the adults. It bonds them but doesn’t commit. If that makes sense.

  31. Hmmm says:

    “Once you have six children, you’re committed.”

    Seriously? Hahahahahahaha! What a fantastical leap in logic.

  32. Commitment is in ones heart,integrity,and honor.Marriage or no marriage will not change that.

  33. Bermuda Blues says:

    I think when they first got together, Brad and Angelina intended on marrying each other. But their relationship began in a such whirlwind and there was never time to plan a wedding, so the wedding never happened, and it became less important to them (lets face it – planning a wedding is a huge amount of time). They were busy building their family and taking on acting projects and extracurricular charitable activities.

    Brad (circa. 2005) seemed like the ‘traditional’ type to want marriage first, then babies, which was what he attempted with Jennifer Aniston. By the time they had given up, Brad was in his 40s, he was really feeling his biological clock tick.

    In the relationship Brad & Angelina, there was a very early commitment to family and children first. Supposedly, they realized how close they’d become after Maddox called Brad “Dad.”

    That commitment, to children, was probably more meaningful for Angelina (circa 2005) than a commitment to marriage. Remember, Angelina had adopted Maddox while married to Billy-Bob (who was supposed to be Maddox’s father but then bailed on his wife and her son).

    If you look at the timeline, Brad & Jen separated in Jan. 05, by April Brad and Angelina were spotted together. By summer, they adopted Zahara. By Fall, Angelina was pregnant with Shiloh. They were busy building their family. Brad wasn’t even officially divorced until October 05. It would have been in poor taste to marry immediately following a divorce, and as time went by, I think the idea of “marriage” got less important to both of them.

    Then Brad announced he would not marry again until everyone could, in support of same-sex marriage. Now, he’s got to hold to that infamous statement, or he looks like a hypocrite.

    I do think that maybe now things have changed a bit in the Jolie-Pitt house. The whirlwind has slowed down a bit, Angelina has really taken on a motherly identity, and I think the marriage commitment is becoming more important to her.

  34. TG says:

    @Kaiser – I disagree with you. I think Brad will do anything Angelina wants. I think he molds himself into whatever woman he happens to be with at the time. I believe she is the one leading the pack here and rightfully so. And why would their kids even know that they are not married? I would think that the kids would see them as a family and it would never come up. In my husbands culture (latin america) many couples with kids do not get married and everyon considers them married.

    • Cheyenne says:

      I agree. I think after being twice burned in marriage, Angie feels she has a good thing going with Brad and doesn’t want to spook it. And financially, they may be better off living together unmarried. The IRS “marriage penalty” is still on the books.

  35. G says:

    Not everyone feels the need to have church or state tell them who they are committed to. They obviously have made a personal commitment.

    Just the thought of the tabloid shit slinging and criticism their wedding would start would be enough to make me want to avoid it.

    • MW says:

      Yep, they are committed and they are happy and they probably feel, “why fix it if it ain’t broke”. As far as the shit slinging and criticism by the press if they did get married — you are soooooo right. The agony and the ecstasy!!!! The press would feed off that for years and if I was them, I sure wouldn’t want the press to benefit in any way, shape or form either.

  36. mln76 says:

    Personally I always felt that neither one wanted to get married. Angie is twice divorced. Brad was lengaged like 7 times and in the media he’s treated as if he divorced last week. As meaningful as marriage can be to some people for them there is no pressing legal need and their arrangement has lasted longer than any of their marriages.

  37. littleFATme says:

    AJ’s hair confuses me. I have baby fine thin hair and in pictures like the ones from this post I think – Look, she has fine thin hair as well and it is so pretty. Then I see pictures of her in mags or something and her hair looks so thick. If it’s thin and she uses product or has it styled to it’s “thickest” look I wish I knew what she used. Hmmm.
    As far as gaunt, I think she has looked a little thinner than healthy for a few years, but she has six kids. If one or two toddlers keeps a woman running can you imagine what that house must be like! Even if she has help, I can imagine how thin I would be running around like that!

  38. HannahF says:

    You all are funny–including the trolls. I have other reasons to get married–especially if you have kids. Tax breaks, you are the next of kin, probate, power of attorney, etc. The thing is if you have a quality attorney all of those issues can be addressed. In general, in a legal crisis, the paper does make a difference.

    I love pics of the kids but these hurt to look at.

  39. Christine says:

    Really Angie??? aka GMAFB. Have you observed Mel Gibson lately?

  40. I think the video is very sweet. It shows what a loving mother she is and how involved she is with her family. Some relationships do start out adulterous, but aren’t we past that now with her?

  41. Ramie says:

    why should they get married and ruin a perfectly good relationship? on a side note, 6 kids sounds like my personal hell.

  42. samira677 says:

    It’s laughable that people think Angelina desperately wants to get married but Brad can’t stand her and won’t. Then go on to say Brad is whipped and does everything Angelina wants. I don’t understand why people refuse to believe they are happy with the way their relationship is. Also why is it the haters say if they cared about the kids they would get married but never say this in Johnny Depp’s threads or any unmarried parents threads?

  43. Denise says:

    Why bother? Celebrities get married and then the press starts the “divorce watch”. I do agree though that it is Brad, not her, that does not want it official. Besides, Angie should know that having children never prevented people from divorcing.

  44. Amanda says:

    Every time they talk about why they aren’t married it is a different reason. At first they said don’t feel they need to be married to committed and then they talked about how they won’t get married until gay people get married, etc. I mean, I guess it really doesn’t matter either way but for some reason people who interview them are always so interested.

  45. lisa says:

    They are happy together. That should be enough

    Oh wait it is for them. Why do people on the outside care so much.

    • Freya says:

      I’m puzzled about that too. People are so interested in the Jolie Pitts. It makes sense for fans to talk about them, but even those who claim not to like them, can’t stop talking about them.

      Leave them alone! It makes no difference to any of us whether they’re married or not, does it!

  46. pamela says:

    I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again – I don’t think Angelina would mind marrying Brad. I think she kind of wants to have a real ceremony and everything, and she might even be encouraging the kids’ questions about it, and Brad is the one who doesn’t want to go down the aisle.

    WOW Kaiser, thank God you are a “fan” of Angie,(eyeroll) because you sure have quite a low opinion of her. BTW do you think the same way about Vanessa Pradis, because she has made similar comments. Somehow I doubt it.

  47. Pizzazz says:

    First off, I think she’s gorgeous but in that interview her face looks too thin and drawn. As for marrying Brad, it does sound like she’s making excuses for him with the kids and the cake thing. He’s committed to her, sure. But he needs to make it legal in my opinion.

  48. Moreaces says:

    Shi, is just remarkable cool, All her kids seem to be though, They all have their own personalities, Its nice how they seem to spend quality time with their kids together and separate.

  49. Rosalee says:

    the woman is beautiful, wow I want the names of her doctors – she was not born looking this way it’s obvious she has had a series of alterations over the years, her eyes, her cheek implants, the line of her jaw, her nose, no natural lines in her face, compare the newsweek photos to photos taken when she won her Oscar..with the extensive work she is beautiful. She had an attractive face prior to her Billy Bob years but nothing compared to what she looks now.

    • lisa says:

      you are sad.. Look at pictures of her when she was 16.. stunning.

      I guess people are so obsessed with plastic surgery you just assume any woman that is beautiful couldn’t be naturally so.

      sorry you are wrong.

      • rosalee says:

        nope..I said she is beautiful but if you look at photos of her over the years the work on her face is obvious. I’m not disputing she is not beautiful, she just fine tuned and improved on her looks. Nothing wrong with a little assistance, she has grown more beautiful with it. No hate here just obvious observation

  50. Yessiiirrreee says:

    “Once you have six children, you’re committed.”

    Some people think a couple birthing, adopting 6 children in such a short time frame as they have done w/o even knowing EACH other that well, should BE committed! (as in institutionalized!)

    • lisa says:

      Really some people meet get married within a month or a few weeks and stay together for years.

      Maybe they knew what you and others didn’t… THAT it was RIGHT. and they found the right person for them. Kind of lucky to me. As Brad said, why should they wait. Because some outsiders don’t like it.

      What about people that know each other for years. then breakup. Obviously they are making it work. Almost 7 years. Nothing crazy about that at all.

  51. hatekyle says:

    Angie and Brad don’t want to get married because they said it’s too romcom corny.

  52. hatekyle says:

    But I think they will if Jen finally adopts Chelsea Handler.

  53. Runs with Scissors says:

    lots of orbs in that first pic with the kids…

  54. jin says:

    I’m sorry but I think she is UGLY now. She was beautiful 10 years ago. But those unusual features definitely don’t age well. Especially if she’s not eating. The media wants us to believe this is the most beautiful woman in the world. She’s not even the most beautiful actress. Charlize Theron puts her in the shade.

  55. sandy#1 says:

    she’s not perfect, but… you really have to try hard to find something negative about her, that’s why all the thin comments, over and over, and over, by comparison her life seems unreal and darn near perfect in all aspect, people need to try and tear her down. she’s beautiful and smart for starters.

  56. Victoria says:

    Bitch is bad and is slowly making her way to my list very short list of those who can do no wrong in my eyes. Or at least when they do I am more willing to be forgiving because they are just so awesome. Gisele, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Zoe S. are all currently on that rotation along with Brad and Daniel “Just Stay Alive! I Will Find You.” Day-Lewis.

  57. mew says:

    Her response in this question seems so rehearsed and prewritten unlike her usual statements where she’s more candid. This is almost like her acting! What’s up with that..

  58. Dibba says:

    I think she is the one who doesn’t want to get married. Doesn’t matter. They obviously don’t believe in the institution and that’s fine alot of folks don’t. BUT I do think its important for the children. I would do it for them.

  59. whatevs says:

    yep, def. new nose and lip job. ironically maniston just had the bridge of her nose made smaller also

  60. whatevs says:

    and i kinda have to agree with kaiser as she said angie wouldn’t mind being wed at all. thing is when they once asked her about it she said “you’ll have to ask brad” that is code for i would be up for it, but somebody else has been reluctant so far. poopie (gwynnnie) once said that when she was single and preggers with fug martin’s first born

  61. Jaxx says:

    If Angelina wanted to be married, Brad would be marrying her. I don’t think either of them care about it since they’ve both seen divorce court and know that a marriage license doesn’t guarantee a relationship lasts.

    I think marriage turns on some kind of unknown script in your head that you never knew was there. You start saying things like My wife needs to, or my husband better never and it all goes to hell. Better to keep that scipt silent. People work harder on the relationship when they aren’t married.

  62. sandy#1 says:

    they are happy and they make it work, it’s none of our business, I’m just glad they are together.

  63. Bananarama says:

    cut the cheese, you do know that rape of any kind has absolutely nothing to do with the movie, don’t you?

  64. Bananarama says:

    Chloe, just a heads up; neither Brad nor Angelina have ever said fidelity isn’t required – that was a slanderous lie made up in a German tabloid, then passed on to an equally trashy tabloid Grazia, from which Star and In Touch repeated. Brad and Angelina actually went out of their way to debunk that they ever said that comment or any such thing. And their relationship is strictly monogamous, not an open relationship at all. Please, stop believing all the lies printed in the rags.