Angelina Jolie reveals how things have changed since marrying Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt may have taken their sweet time before they finally decided to walk down the aisle, but now that they have they couldn’t be happier.

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During an interview featured in Vanity Fairs December 2014 issue, Jolie took the opportunity to gush about her family and whether or not her relationship feels different now that she’s a married woman.

Jolie admitted to the magazine that, “It does feel different,” adding, “It feels nice to be husband and wife.”

The Maleficent actress also shared some details about her nuptials, which happened on Aug. 23, at their estate, the Château Miraval in the south of France, and how the affair wasn’t just all about her and Pitt, but also their large brood of kids.

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“We were all going to have a wedding,” Jolie recalled. “There was no cake, so Pax made a cake. The kids made little pillows for the rings, and Knox practiced [being a ring bearer] with an acorn that kept falling off the pillow. Brad’s mom [Jane Pitt] went and picked some flowers and tied them up.”

And it didn’t just end with the preparations; the kids also got involved in writing their mom and dad’s vows to each other.

“They did not expect us never to fight, but they always made us promise to say ‘sorry’ if we do,” she told the magazine. “So they said, ‘Do you?’ and we said, ‘We do!'” Awww!

So, what’s next for the power couple?

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They’re actually planning to work on a film together, which Jolie will be directing, although the story line does not mimic their own lives at all.

The movie is called By the Sea, and Jolie revealed to the publication, “A few friends asked if we were crazy… [A film about] a married couple going through some difficulties… and I’m directing him.”

We look forward to hearing more about this new project in the future!


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