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Wednesday, 29 May 2013

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Angelina has stated that the 11 year age difference between her and Brad is starting to impact their relationship.

NEW YORK CITY - A close friend of Brad Pitt has stated that Brad has hinted that he and Angelina Jolie could be splitting up.

The friend who was Brad's stunt double in two of his movies said that the pressure from constantly being in the entertainment spotlight has finally taken its toll on the two celebrities.

Brad said that their half dozen kids are a handful and daughter Shiloh Diamond who just turned seven insists that she is a male and dresses in boy's clothes, plays boy's games, and even spits a lot like boys do.

He pointed out that their biological twins Knox Kabob and Vivienne Sushi who are four are starting to get out of hand and constantly fight with the adopted siblings Maddox Chivalrous, 11, who is from Cambodia, Pax Lax, 9, who is from Vietnam, and Zahara Desert, 8, who is from Ethiopia.

Meanwhile Angelina points out that she feels that the couples 11 year age difference is starting to have an impact on their relationship since Brad no longer likes to go out dancing, to movies, or mountain climbing.

SIDENOTE: One of Brad's closest friends George Clooney recently told Hollywood Innuendo that he really and truly feels that deep down inside Brad is starting to miss his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston.

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