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Brangelina happy at the Super Bowl

by Mary
February 9, 2010 at 1:47 pm

On Sunday at the Super Bowl in New Orleans, Brad Pitt and his lover, Angelina Jolie showed their love for each other and for one of their favorite cities.

Even if recent rumors said the couple will split, the two actors acted very affecting on each other looked in great spirits, cheering the Saints on to victory at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, and stealing a kiss or two along the way. The couple did not come alone, they also brought 8-year-old son Maddox to the big game.

After Hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans in 2005, Pitt, 46, and Jolie, 34, have been heavily involved in rebuilding the city.

Moreover, Brad’s “Make It Right” project, focusing on the ravaged Ninth Ward, has been lauded by architects, residents and community leaders as a pillar of the reconstruction efforts.

Image source: thisislondon.co.uk; marieclaire.co.uk

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