Brad Pitt And Jennifer Aniston Have Two Days Of Sun, Fun And Hot Nights Of Passion In Cabo?
Looks like it is 1999 all over again. Reports of Brad Pitt and FRIENDS star Jennifer Aniston rekindling and reviving their love are calling for a lot of attention. The recent buzz is that the two stars took a short trip to Cabo
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s relationship is back in the headlines. Despite being away from each other for so long, cupid seems to have struck them once again. If reports are to be believed, Jennifer and Brad are giving a second thought and are thinking of getting back together. Meanwhile, a few reports suggest that they took a mini-vacation to Cabo and had two great days enjoying each other’s company.
As per a report in Star Magazine, Jennifer took Brad to her favourite destination Cabo on a holiday. “She took him to Cabo for three nights of sun, fun and two hot nights of passion!” said the source, further adding, “It was like 1999 all over again – just before they got married, when she and Brad were so in love and planning a life together.” (Also Read: Jennifer Aniston Instagram Debut: Ex-Husband Justin Theroux Extends Warm Welcome; Rachel Green Says I LOVE YOU To Her FRIENDS Gang)
“What will happen next is uncertain, but Jen and Brad seem content to let things play out,” claimed the source.
Jennifer who has been single for quite some time now seems to have finally got some love. On part of Brad, he had a very long divorce procedure with Angelina Jolie. In a recent interview with the New York Times, Brad had spoken about his life post-divorce. “I had taken things as far as I could take it, so I removed my drinking privileges. You had all these men sitting around being open and honest in a way I have never heard. It was this safe space where there was little judgment, and therefore little judgment of yourself,” he quoted.
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