Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

Brangelina 'compromise for move'

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's UK move is reportedly part of a compromise they have agreed on.

The pair have splurged $16 million on a property in Richmond, London. They stayed in the home, called Whornes Place, when Brad was shooting scenes for his zombie movie World War Z in England last year.

The couple recently confirmed their engagement, which it has been claimed is linked to their impending relocation.

"Angelina loves England. She wants some time away from America, so she came to a compromise with Brad, who was the one pushing for marriage, while she wanted the European move," a source told the British edition of Grazia magazine. "They're all extremely excited, especially the kids."

The pair also own a home in France, which is where they are thought to be planning to tie the knot later this year.

According to the publication, Brad is relieved they are now going to spend time in the UK as he was worried his French wasn't up to scratch. The duo will move along with their six children.

The pair's new home boasts 15th century wooden beams, an indoor swimming pool, wooden floors and latticed style windows.

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