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Angelina Jolie Had Nostalgic Dinner With Brad Pitt and Kids on Valentine's Day

February 16, 2010 07:10:50 GMT

Angelina Jolie enjoyed Valentine's Day treat with her actor boyfriend and their children at a restaurant where she used to go during her childhood.


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Angelina Jolie went back in time for a family Valentine's Day treat - the actress and her partner Brad Pitt took their three eldest kids out to dinner at the fancy restaurant the "Tomb Raider" star has been a fan of since she was two.

The Hollywood couple celebrated the most romantic day of the year at Los Angeles' Benihana restaurant. A source tells Life & Style magazine, "Angie's been coming in here since she was two years old. She'd come here with her parents and brother and loved to sit at the table and watch the chefs cook her shrimp."

"This time she came with Brad, Maddox, Pax and Zahara. She obviously took great joy in re-creating the experience of her childhood as the children enjoyed the spectacle of the food being cooked. They were all smiling and laughing."

Jolie even dined on her childhood favorite - shrimp with vegetables and edamame. Fellow diners were left with no doubt that Pitt and Jolie are very much still together, despite recent tabloid reports suggesting they're about to split.

One eye witness tells the publication, "Brad and Angelina looked so happy. He stroked her neck and hand, and they kissed several times and looked on proudly as their kids used chopsticks and enjoyed their food."


 




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posted by jenny on Feb 16, 2010
Where were the other children. They want more and more kids but cant seem to take them all out at the same time. It is funny how she didnt take their biological childrend out. She is just plain mean and always will be. Dont let her fool you. She is always thinking of ways to be mean. Poor Brad stuck with such a loser.
posted by sheila on Feb 16, 2010
What a great couple..

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