Friday, June 8, 2012

angelina jolie

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Angelina Jolie celebrated her birthday at her rented mansion in Surrey, England. One source said, "It was a very small bash -- just the family at home. They didn't go out or do anything. Just a simple one at home with a cake. No frills, but they're all really happy at the moment. Everyone's doing good."

Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston plans to meet for lunch to forget the hatred between them but Brad Pitt forbids them to meet. One source said, "Jen and Angelina have hated each other for years and they've each thought long and hard about what they'd say if they ever got face to face. Angelina will be going on the attach about Jen always playing the victim - and Jen is going to blast back at Angie for being Hollywood's great husband stealer." "Jen wanted to show that she's the 'bigger' person. Jen's purpose was to make it look like she was letting bygones be bygones

Angelina Jolie shakes hands with Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague on Tuesday (May 29) at the Foreign Commonwealth Office in London, England.

The 36-year-old actress helped launch an initiative that aims to combat and prevent sexual violence overseas by drawing “on the skills of doctors, lawyers, police, psychologists, forensic experts and experts in the care and protection of victims and witnesses.”

The launch event featured a screening of Angelina‘s directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, which centers around the Bosnian war.

“It is in the context of war and conflict that sexual violence is found to the most appalling degree, and on a scale most of us cannot imagine,” William said in a statement. “[It] is an issue which is central to conflict prevention and to peace building worldwide.”

angelina jolie and Brad Pitt are not the proud new owners of a London mansion after all.

Despite a report in the Sun tabloid that the couple bought a $16 million mansion in Richmond, West London, a source close to the family tells PEOPLE that the news is not true.

The engaged couple previously rented the residence, called Whornes Place, last year, while Pitt was filming the zombie movie World War Z. The monthly rent was reportedly close to $50,000.

As for amenities, the house is not lacking for much, says the paper. There's an indoor swimming pool – perfect when you have six kids – and decorative touches are said to include 15th century wooden beams.

A source told the Sun: "They like the culture and are happy for their children to receive schooling here. They think Richmond is a beautiful part of the world."

Reps for the couple could not be reached.

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