The controversial ex-couple of Hollywood Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston are leaving a lot of tongues wagging with their heartwarming quotes for one another and dropping hints about their reconciliation on various occasions. Now once again sending the fans in a tizzy is FRIENDS actress’s social media game. Jen has gone ahead and liked a rather drool-worthy picture of her ex-husband Brad Pitt which was shared by Pitt's fan page, leading to a lot more hopes being pinned on the couple seeming to give a second chance to their relationship.
Not holding back, the couple’s fans instantly screen grabbed the picture which was liked by the Murder Mystery actress. Check out the picture below. The duo has buried the hatchet as Pitt was part of Jennifer's 50th birthday bash this year. In the recent past, the nomination list for Golden Globes 2020 was unveiled and since then many of their fans seemed excited as the exes have been nominated for their work on the celluloid, leading to a possibility of ex-couple attending the award ceremony together. ALSO READ: Brad Pitt On Jennifer Aniston's Guest List For Annual Tree Trimming Party; One Of The Early Birds
Jennifer Aniston just liked this pic of Brad Pitt on instagram 🤧 pic.twitter.com/HrG8tGGL3i— Peyton 💕 (@peyton_tbh) December 15, 2019
After a huge wave of speculation hit the internet platform, a close source to the actor had revealed to Hollywoodlife.com that the actor is equally excited to meet his ex-wife. The source was quoted saying, “Brad looks forward to seeing all of his friends at these industry events, that’s one of the highlights for him and Jennifer is now one of those people. There was a time when it would have been awkward, but not anymore.”
Recently, when the news of this ex-couple once taking wedding vows at a Christmas party had hit the internet which Gossipcop.com proved it being untrue.
Image Source: Instagram/bradpittofflcial/jenniferaniston
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