Angelina Jolie Reveals The Struggles That Come With 'A Difficult Marriage'

Angelina Jolie Reveals The Struggles That Come With 'A Difficult Marriage'

Angelina Jolie may have only just married Brad Pitt but she clearly knows that marriage isn't always going to be plain sailing

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt may have only just tied the knot but she's already talking about the struggles a difficult marriage can have on a relationship...

But don't worry, it's completely metaphorical as Ange was referring to her new film By The Sea in which the recently married couple will star alongside one another as man and wife. Phew.

Proving that there really is no rest for Hollywood's most hard-working couple (juggling their high-profile careers and taking care of a brood of six is no mean feat, after all), the pair are spending what should be their romantic honeymoon in Malta on a 'workingmoon', scouting locations and working on the logistics of the movie. 

Not only does Angie star in the venture but she has also given herself the task to write and direct the project too. Now that's what we call an inspiration.

'We are working together on a drama about grief and finding a way through a difficult marriage. We find it very funny that it's our honeymoon', the 37-year-old actress said to People magazine, who featured the first images of Angelina in all of her bridal glory on their cover. 

Previously speaking of the flick, Angelina had said: 'It's not a big movie, it's not an action movie. It's the kind of movie we love but aren't often cast in. It's a very experimental, independent-type film where we get to be actors together and be really raw, open, try things'. 

Her appearance alongside her new 50-year-old hubby in By The Sea will be the first time that the couple will have starred opposite each other since they met on the set of Mr and Mrs Smith and consequently fell in love ten years ago. Swoon.

We don't know about you but we can't wait to see Brad and Ange get hitched for ourselves. You know, considering our invite for the real-deal was clearly lost in the post... 

By Maxine Eggenberger

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