Brad, Angelina and their kids go to museum; latest Angelina quotes seem fake


Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their four children were seen going to the Field Museum in Chicago, IL on Saturday, where Angelina will be filming scenes for her new thriller Wanted for about two weeks. Angelina was seen carrying her 14 month-old daughter, Shiloh, while Brad carried two and a half year-old Zahara and held three and a half year-old Pax’s hand. Maddox, who just turned six, pushed Shiloh’s stroller. (I just wanted to remember how old they all are. You guys probably know already, but as a mom these numbers mean something to me.) I love how Zahara gives a grimace smile to the paparazzi. She’s over them already. Pax looks more comfortable out with his family.

The latest totally fabricated Angelina and Brad news focuses on either fake or poorly translated “quotes” that originated in some French magazine that you’ve never heard of that Angelina probably didn’t talk to. She has a history of TMI, but she doesn’t seem to be this forthright any more, and I doubt she said this:

“I have never hidden my bisexuality,” she told France’s Public magazine.

“But since I’ve been with Brad, I abandoned women. Now there is no room for that or S&M in my life.”

[News.com.au]

After this fake news was reported, everyone dragged out those old quotes by blabbermouth Jenny Shimizu, who turned her brief affair with Angelina into tabloid gold after she lost her modeling career once her look went out of style in the 90s. They’re saying that Shimizu claims that Angelina is not going to be happy with one man, but those quotes are well over a year old.

I wonder if Shimizu gets royalties for every time her tired old story gets repeated. She sure told it often enough, and now the rags are doing the job of perpetuating it for her.

If you’re French and/or understand French and have actually seen this magazine, please comment with your thoughts. From the looks of the magazine covers I’ve seen online, it’s not People and I would suspect these quotes are false. Here’s the website for Public Magazine. I couldn’t find the exact article that everyone is referencing.

Thanks to Splash News for these pics.

 

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