Jennifer Aniston warns Brad Pitt: 'Make your mind up!'

Jennifer Aniston warns Brad Pitt: 'Make your mind up!'”

Hollywood's dynamic lady Jennifer Aniston has reportedly warned Brad Pitt to make his mind up and stop being flaky. At the 2019 premiere of Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Zahara quietly debuted a few pieces from her collection, and as W Magazine noted, Angelina can be seen wearing a 50-carat diamond scorpion brooch that was designed by the celeb kid in collaboration with the jeweler, Robert Procop.

"Brad has still been contacting Jen and acting like nothing's going on between him and Alia". Even after returning home from Brad and Alia's place, Shiloh can not stop raving about Alia.

"Friends" star Jennifer Aniston still wears a ring given by her ex-husband Brad Pitt. She's been taking the calls, but she finds it maddening wondering what the hell is happening - and she's told him as much. And apparently, Shiloh's friendship with Shiloh doesn't go well with mother Angelina.

So Angelina Jolie got furious and called up her Ex-husband Brad and warned him to keep the children away from Alia. Although, the two said that they're just friends but a source close to US Weekly revealed that they'll soon make things officials and said, "They're both very private and get extremely coy when asked if there's anything going on between them".

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Another insider, however, is claiming a different thing.

Most of these sound like gossip, though.

With Shiloh's birthday right around the corner, it is highly unlikely too that Jolie would even interfere with the friends her daughter likes to keep.

The ban comes after it was reported that Shiloh had been introduced to Alia during the teen's visit to her father's place. This new was " out of it", and Brad Pitt would have had to negotiate with his ex-wife to allow Shiloh to take his first steps in cinema.

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