It's always been said that when a woman doesn't have female friends if because other women are just jealous of her. This is probably very true with Angelina Jolie. Your partner is Brad Pitt and you have 6 kids but still look like a supermodel, yeah, I'm sure many women are jealous of her, but is that why she doesn't have gal pals? Who knows? Jolie just says she doesn't have any.
She admits to Marie Claire magazine that "I don’t really have girlfriends." She admits she just talks to Brad and the kids to satisfy her social cravings.
"I don't really have girlfriends [who are] in movies, if you've noticed. Well, I have a few girlfriends, I just...I stay at home a lot. I'm just not very social. I don't do a lot with them, and I'm very homebound."
What? No wine coolers with the PTA gals while they chat about recent episodes of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and discuss where the best farmers markets in LA truly are?
"I'll talk to my family. I talk to Brad...but I don't know, I don't have a lot of friends I talk to. He is really the only person I talk to," admits Jolie.
Unlike Brad's ex-wife Jennifer Aniston, that girl is always parading around town with Chelsea Handler and Courtney Cox Arquette like the cool clique in Hollywood. But What about Brad's friends? Isn't he like besties with George Clooney and Matt Damon and all those other Oscar winner types? She can at least hang with the boys?
In the same interview, Jolie admits that she might get pregnant again. After rumors that they were adopting, Jolie says there are no plans, but that doesn't mean she couldn't "end up pregnant" at any moment.
When the mag asked if they are adding to their family, Jolie just says, "Nothing planned at the moment, but we just don't know. I could end up pregnant."
Bless her soul, 6 kids and she wants more.
Speaking of her kids, Jolie covered The Hollywood reported this month and says she's very upfront to her kids about why she's always jetting off to other countries to help developing countries.
"They know that mommy, on occasion, goes off to Libya or other places. I make them very conscious of the fact that there are a lot of people struggling through different things, and I don't protect them from the fact that war isn't a video game, it's a very, very horrible thing," says Jolie.