Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Most Romantic Moments

Getty Images, May 14, 2014 12:00 PM

Brad and Angelina don’t just raise kids together and make movies — they
also do whatever they can to help the world.
They certainly looked like
they were having fun doing just that as they worked with Wyclef Jean and
the Yele Haiti
foundation to help fund education, health, and
environmental programs in the country. (1/13/06)
 Love is laughter, and the two sure proved that while cracking each other up at the SAG Awards. (1/29/12)

Loving looks is what we’ve come to expect from Brad Pitt and Angelina
Jolie over the years, and they
didn’t disappoint at a private reception
for Maleficent in London. (8/8/14)
Secrets are no fun… unless they’re between these two gorgeous people.
Those we can accept
(and speculate about, obviously). This precious
moment also marked Angelina’s first red carpet
appearance — at the
premiere for Brad’s World War Z – since she announced that she’d
a preventative double mastectomy. (6/2/13)
We’re not sure if the red carpet for the European premiere of Beowulf
was just
really narrow and required Brangelina to stay close as they
made their way
down the arrivals line, or if they just couldn’t keep
their hands off each other,
but we’d prefer to assume the latter.

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