5 of Brangelina’s Houses to Ugly Cry Over Now That Love is Dead
Even if you normally manage to avoid celebrity gossip, by now you’ve heard that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are getting divorced. While I know it’s ridiculous to get attached to celebrities and especially to their relationships, this one hit me right in the feels. Even Adele was broken up about it. If, like me, you need a good cry, turn up Someone Like You and scroll through the following Brangelina abodes as we mourn the end of an era.
Los Feliz, California
The former power couple’s LA compound has expanded quite a bit since Pitt purchased one home in 1994. He then snatched up four abutting properties, adding more space and privacy—two of which since he’s been with Jolie.
French Quarter, New Orleans
The couple put down roots in Nola after Pitt founded the Make It Right foundation in 2007 to help rebuild the Ninth Ward after Katrina. They put the 1830s mansion on the market last year, but not before it gave us great memories, like that time Brad tossed a beer to Matthew McConaughey, who was staying across the street.
The Jolie-Pitts started renting this eight bedroom country house within commuting distance to London back in February. The price tag? $21,000 a month. A source told Us Weekly that “Angie would pick it as their permanent home if she could.” Overcast England seems the perfect place to mourn, Bridget Jones style, with wine, pjs, and Celine Dion’s All By Myself.
A recent addition to the Jolie-Pitt real estate portfolio, they bought this Spanish villa in June for a breezy $2.65 million. Pitt was filming scenes for his upcoming movie Allied on the island, and this 8 bedroom home has a relaxing pool that overlooks the Balearic Sea. Sadly, not even sea breezes could save this relationship.
Chateau Miraval—Correns, France
And last but certainly not least, the French chateau, where they’ve stayed since 2008, that they bought in 2012, and where they got married in 2014. It’s where they started a best-selling rosé, and now its moat flows with our collective tears.