Brangelina Ties The Knot


Mr. and Mrs. Smith? You mean Mr. and Mrs. Pitt! The two were (finally) married at the Château Miraval in the village of Correns, France this past Saturday, where they had been staying at and renovating since 2008.

Last month, a source told E! News, “It’ll be a lovely celebration to start life in the new house…They want to marry there at that house and celebrate how far they’ve come as a family, as a couple, and individually in just 10 years.”

The private ceremony was less than traditional, as most of the Hollywood couple’s relationship has been. Instead of being walked down the aisle with her estranged father, Jon Voight, Jolie got the whole Brady Bunch involved. She was attended by sons Maddox 13, and Pax, 10 while Zahara, 9, and Vivienne, 6, threw petals and Shiloh, 8, and Knox, 6, served as ring bearers.

The two have been engaged since 2012, but no one (except their children) were pressuring them to tie the knot.

In May, Jolie told People, We’re just waiting for it to be the right time with the kids, with work, when it feels right.”

So it looks like it felt right. After all, the two have become significantly closer since Jolie’s 2013 mastectomy, and their work schedules have slowed since they both wrapped up their work with separate WWII dramas.

Congrats to the happy couple! First came love, then came babies, then came marriage in a fancy carriage.


Angelina Jolie takes preventative measures

Angelina Jolie

Now that’s what we call thinking ahead.

Oscar-winning, philanthropist, mother of six, and wife of sexy man Brad Pitt has told New York Times that she underwent a double mastectomy after being told she had an 87 percent chance of contracting breast cancer.

Jolie told the paper, “We knew this was the right thing to do for our family and that it would bring us closer. And it has.”

“I choose not to keep my story private because there are many women who do not know that they might be living under the shadow of cancer,” she continued. And because of her decision, her chance of having breast cancer has gone down to “under five percent.”

Jolie has also revealed she has about a 50 percent chance of developing ovarian cancer, the disease that killed her mother, Marcheline Bertrandat age 56.

However, because the breasts included a more complex procedure, she began with that surgery and will go from there.

“Cancer is still a word that strikes fear into people’s hearts, producing a deep sense of powerlessness. But today it is possible to find out through a blood test whether you are highly susceptible to breast and ovarian cancer, and then take action.”

And we’re sure women all over will be thanking Angelina Jolie.