Husbands of Angelina Jolie
Various magazines around the world have repeatedly recognized Angelina Jolie as the most desirable and sexy woman on the planet. Life connected her with different men, but only in relations with her third husband did she fully prove herself as an amazing actress, a wonderful wife and a caring mother.
With her first husband, actor Jonny Lee Miller, Jolie met in 1995 on the set of the film "Hackers", the main roles in which became the first serious work for both. At the wedding, held a year later, the eccentric bride appeared in black leather pants and a white T-shirt, on which the name of the groom was drawn in blood. Angelina later explained this by saying that blood binds more strongly than a signature on paper. Abandoning wedding rings, the couple sealed their union with blood – pricking their fingers, they mixed the droplets that came out.
Since the acting career of both was gaining momentum, they had very little time to spend together. The loud statement of the actress was not confirmed in real life, and after 18 months, Jolie and Miller broke up, and in 1999 they officially filed for divorce, justifying their breakup by the fact that the wedding was a thoughtless act in their youth. It is quite possible that it was hard for Miller to come to terms with the difficult character and numerous quirks of his wife, who, being in the status of a married woman, did not cease to promote the idea of u200bu200b"free" love and bisexuality.
In 1999, Angelina starred in the movie Flying. Her shooting partner was actor Billy Bob Thornton. Gradually, mutual flirting led to a marriage in which Jolie’s passion for eccentricity, fully shared by Thornton, manifested itself in full. The actors got married in Las Vegas. The wedding ceremony, which they came to in T-shirts and jeans, cost them less than $200. As wedding gifts, the newlyweds gave each other tombstones and plots in the cemetery.
Throughout their life together, they wore pendants with each other’s blood around their necks. This time, Angelina imprudently immortalized her husband’s name in the form of a tattoo, which then had to be removed. The interviews of the actress had a shade of scandalousness: she often talked about her passion for the topic of death, about the knives lying under her pillow. The couple separated in 2003. Angelina at that time was already thinking about motherhood, and Billy Bob, being twice his wife’s age, accepted the idea of adopting the Cambodian boy Maddox without much enthusiasm.
Relations with the popular Hollywood actor Brad Pitt, Jolie began in 2005 on the set of the film "Mr. and Mrs. Smith." Since then, the couple has become a favorite target of paparazzi lenses. Pitt at the time of the beginning of the novel was married to Jennifer Aniston, the star of the TV series Friends. For a long time, the stars denied the existence of a relationship, only at the beginning of 2006, Angelina Jolie announced her pregnancy from Pitt. All six of the couple’s children have the last name Jolie-Pitt. Of these, only three are their biological children: daughter Shiloh Nouvel and twins Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline. Adopters are Maddox, Pax Tien and Zahara Marley.
This time, Jolie, according to her, is in no hurry to formalize the relationship. Her statements are strikingly different from the big words she has uttered in the past. The Hollywood star says that the main thing is their children and love for them, and the official registration of a relationship does not mean anything in itself. Jolie influenced her partner in many ways: following her example, he also became involved in humanitarian work. In addition, the couple founded their own charitable foundation. Angelina’s ex-husbands, with whom she remained on excellent terms, are close friends of the Jolie-Pitt family.
What if the purpose of the relationship is something unconditional for which both the man and the woman could take responsibility? What if this is… the practice of love? Love is what is within us; something for which we are responsible in both good and bad times. Love allows us to focus on our own efforts and responsibilities, as well as to notice the advantages of our partner. Too many people focus on taking something from the relationship. But, for a harmonious relationship, you need to give, take responsibility for your happiness, and then “invest" it in others.