Angie's Hunky Guy Is Back! He Flies With Her Oldest Sons
Angelina Jolie's hunky new man joined her children on a private plane in Cambodia, just days after being seen getting close to their mother. Click through the gallery to see Brad Pitt's brood with mom's new guy.
Brad Pitt's oldest sons, Maddox and Pax, boarded a private plane in Cambodia with their mother's hunky new mystery man, the bodyguard who has infiltrated the now fatherless family.
As source exclusively told RadarOnline.com that Pitt would not like the new man. "Brad will hit the roof when he finds out about this!" they said. "He's barely allowed to speak to his own children, then Angelina takes them halfway around the world, and now she's letting some guy buy them trinkets?"
"Angelina is desperate to put on a united front and send a message to the world her family doesn't need Brad!" the source told RadarOnline.com about her public appearance with the handsome man.
Maddox and Pax were accompanied by the man who became so close to their family that he spent a whopping $260 buy bracelets as gifts for their twin siblings, Vivienne and Knox.
Jolie and the children were in Cambodia promoting her movie, First They Killed My Father, set in the country from which she adopted Maddox. The movie's premiere was reportedly a disaster, with Netflix reportedly furious that they spent $1million to fly the whole family to country for the event.
While Jolie was still legally married to Pitt, the source told RadarOnline.com that she was busted with the new guy. "The Oscar-winning actress had hoped to keep her new love under wraps,but her smile betrays her."
Shockingly, the man had become so close to the family that Jolie "even let him ride in the same rickshaw with her and the kids."
Jolie was even caught sneaking out of her luxury hotel to shop in Siem Reap, Cambodia with the man.
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