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Thursday 10 July 2014

Brad Pitt 'arranges chef Christmas meal'

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt has apparently asked Jamie Oliver to prepare his Christmas dinner.

The Hollywood heartthrob has been friends with the British chef for several years. Brad and his fiancée Angelina Jolie have already started finalising plans to spend the festive season in the UK and want Jamie to be involved.

"Jamie has been pals with Brad since he was married to Jennifer Aniston and Ange likes him too," a source told British newspaper The Sun. "Jamie will be heading to their Surrey mansion to help prepare Christmas dinner."

In 2004, Brad and his ex-wife Jennifer flew Jamie to Los Angeles to cook them a special meal.

Earlier this year, it was reported Jamie was giving Brad cooking lessons. It has now been suggested the 48-year-old actor is still lacking culinary skills.

"Brad asked him to do it after he begged Jamie for cookery lessons last year. Jamie tried to teach him but he's useless in the kitchen," the source added.

Brad and Angelina - along with their six children - have been spending time in the UK recently while respectively working on zombie movie World War Z and Disney film Maleficent.

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