Brad Pitt is reportedly keeping his dating relationship with Charlize Theron as quiet as possible so as not to anger his ex Angelina Jolie.
Pitt’s ex-bodyguard Kris Herzog gave an explosive interview to the Sun on Sunday, and said of the actor and Theron, “At the minimum, they’re friends with benefits.” But Herzog believes Pitt’s fear of Jolie during their custody situation has caused him to tread carefully in his new relationship with the blonde beauty.
It’s been reported that Pitt and Theron looked like they were an item together at a private house in Beverly Hills. Herzog confirmed to the Sun on Sunday the report that Theron’s ex, Sean Penn, set her up with Pitt.
“I spoke to Charlize about four months ago and she told me Sean Penn had introduced them,” Herzog said. “I know as a fact they’ve been together for the last four months,” Pitt’s former protector noted. “I’ve seen them once myself together. They’re definitely dating but they’re keeping it secret until they work out whether it’s going to be long-term.”
Herzog, owner of The Bodyguard Group of Beverly Hills, also claimed that Pitt has tried to hide his romance with Theron from estranged ex-wife Jolie. As Radar readers know, Pitt and Jolie have fought a bitter divorce battle for more than two years. But they recently came to a delicate child custody agreement.
“Everything Brad does is vetted through how it’s going to affect his relationship with Angelina,” Herzog alleged. “Because if he p***es her off, it’s going to f*** up their child custody situation.”
After months of dating extremely privately, Chris Pratt has officially put a ring on it-he’s engaged to Katherine Schwarzenegger. The newly engaged couple is reportedly planning a big, traditional wedding for this summer, but venues and caterers are apparently not the only thing on their mind.
In his first interview since popping the question, Pratt has told ET that he sees “lots of kids” in his and Schwarzenegger’s future.
“The future? Oh. Lots of kids,” he said. “Maybe less time spent working, more time spent enjoying life.”
He continued, “I always want to be that guy that works to live, not lives to work. I think [I want to spend] just a lot of time at the farm and a lot of time catching a lot of fish and seeing lots of sunsets.”
Diana and Charles announced their separation in 1992, 11 years after tying the knot, but it took another four years to reach an agreement for the divorce settlement.
Queen Elizabeth II reportedly wouldn’t have minded Diana retaining her title of Her Royal Highness, but Charles insisted she drop it when the marriage came to an official end.
Without it, Diana would need to curtsey to anyone in the royal family—technically even her sons, William and Harry. These are 9 more things Princess Diana lost after her divorce—and what she actually got to keep.
Despite the smack in the face of losing her royal title, Diana did have something to gain: a whole lot of money. Her lawyer and Buckingham Palace announced that she’d be getting the cash in one lump sum instead of having Charles pay ongoing alimony, and the amount was nothing short of staggering.
Neither side ever officially disclosed the details, but London newspapers leaked that she’d reportedly received $22.5 million, plus another $600,000 salary to pay for her private office.