Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Latest News: Why the Couple Ignored Invitation to Jennifer Aniston's Wedding

By R. Siva Kumar - 11 Aug '15 09:45AM

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie just cold-shouldered Jennifer Aniston when she got married to Justin Theroux. They did not patch up their bad feelings for each other, according to kdrmasters.

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have been engaged for three years. They first announced the celebration of the actor's 44th birthday, but they actually just had a secret wedding. The guest list included friends Lisa Kudrow, Chelsea Handler, and Howard Stern.

However, the former husband, Brad Pitt, did not turn up.

Rumours say that Jennifer has put Brad behind her. She has even sent him an invitation to her wedding, yet it was Angelina who stopped Brad from attending the wedding.

"Angelina Jolie despises Jennifer Aniston, and it is no secret she is still jealous of Jen even though she and Brad were married over a decade ago now. So, the odds of Angie allowing Brad to attend the wedding are slim to none," a source told Celeb Dirty Laundy.

However, another theory says that maybe it was Brad who took the decision, perhaps Jennifer had "cheated on him" with her co-actor Matt LeBlanc. Perhaps Brad has not forgotten or forgiven her for it.

"Maybe Angelina Jolie could care less. Maybe Brad is the one who opted not to attend after news broke last month that Jennifer Aniston had cheated on him when they were married with her Friends co-star Matt LeBlanc. Even if Brad knew about the affair back then - it certainly must have dug up some not so great feelings," the source added.

However, others say that the two women have made up, and are still best friends. It was just strange to have him attend a wedding of his ex, says the grapevine.

"It would just be weird AF and pretty much pointless to have your ex-husband at your wedding to someone new unless you two were like superhuman besties or something," according to bustle.

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