The 'World War Z' star who dated Jill Schoelen in the 1980s allegedly wrote, 'I will love you forever,' in a letter to the actress.
Brad Pitt can be really sweet with his words, his letters to former girlfriend reveal. Radar Online reports that the actor of "The Counselor" gushed over his former girlfriend Jill Schoelen in letters which he allegedly wrote when they were dating in the 1980s. "I adore you. I will love you forever," read one letter. In another letter, Pitt allegedly wrote, "I can't stop thinking about you. I don't feel complete without you next to me."
The "World War Z" star and the horror movie star broke up in 1989 after Schoelen dumped him for a movie director she was working with. "It was one of my worst moments. You don't forget something like that, and maybe I've never quite gotten over the feeling of humiliation," the actor once said.
Schoelen, meanwhile, once gushed over how romantic Pitt was. "Brad wrote me one of the most beautiful poems a man can write a woman. I thought he was so deep and soulful," she admitted, before adding that the time they spent together was "a beautiful life experience."
Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their children most recently were seen riding a boat in Queensland, Australia on Monday, December 23. They were also reported doing last minute Christmas shopping at Target in Robina, a suburb of Queensland.
"Team at our Target Robina store are thrilled that Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and their children shopped at Target today," the store's chief executive tweeted on Monday. "They made sure no one was around to blow their cover," an employee additionally told Gold Coast Bulletin. "The store manager waited until everyone had gone home and opened it up secretly for them at 7:30 P.M. on Sunday."
The family reportedly spent two hours in the store as they chose gifts for family members. "Who would have thought people like them would do their shopping at Target?" the employee commented.