In the post, the ‘Fury’ actor is seen sporting twinning hairstyles with his girlfriends at that time, including Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth herself.
Gwyneth Paltrow surely knows how to take jokes. The “Avengers: Infinity War” actress recently joined in the fun trolling her ex-fiance Brad Pitt on an Instagram post. The post featured a photo of a 2006 Daily Express article which humorously dubbed the “Fight Club” actor “the man who likes to look like his girlfriend.”
In the article, Brad was seen sporting twinning hairstyles with his girlfriends at that time, including Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth herself. While the “Fury” actor had a black hair while dating Angelina and blonde hair while dating Jennifer, Brad and Gwyneth were pictured with synchronizing sideswept fringes.
The “Iron Man” actress took to the comment section to give her ex a bit more credit. “Or we like to look like him, let’s face it,” she wrote under the post.
Gwyneth and Brad met when she was just 22 years old on set of their movie, “Se7en”, back in 1994. The two stars later went on to date for two years but later ended their engagement in 1997. Of the split, she said to Howard Sterling in 2015, “I was such a kid, I was 22 when we met. It’s taken me until 40 to get my head out of my a**… I wasn’t ready, and he was too good for me.”
The “Shakespeare in Love” actress tied the knot with Brad Falchuk in a star-studded wedding ceremony in The Hamptons, New York, on Friday, September 28. Among the guests at the nuptials were Jerry Seinfeld and his wife Jessica, who hosted a rehearsal dinner for the couple, Steven Spielberg, Cameron Diaz and her husband Benji Madden, and Gwyneth’s “Iron Man” co-star Robert Downey Jr.
It marked the second wedding for both Gwyneth and Brad. The former was married to Chris Martin from 2003 until their divorce was finalized in 2016, while the latter was previously married to television producer Suzanne Bukinik Falchuk.
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