Brad Pitt, 59, dating new 33-year-old 'girlfriend'
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Brad Pitt reportedly has a new girlfriend, with sources saying it's the actor's 'first proper relationship' since his split from Angelina Jolie.
The pair married in 2014 and share six children together — Maddox, 22, Pax, 19, Zahara, 18, Shiloh, 17, and 15-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
However, just two years after they made their vows, the Tomb Raider actress filed for divorce, citing 'irreconcilable differences,' seeing the 'Brangelina' love story come to an end.
Now, Brad is rumoured to be dating for the first time since his split from Angelina.
Sources close to the Fight Club actor say 33-year-old jewellery designer, Ines de Ramon, is his new beau.
Ines had previously been married to The Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley, but the couple divorced last year.
The pair were first spotted together at a Bono concert last November and have since spent a lot of time together, with Ines reportedly flying out to Europe this past summer to be with Brad while he filmed his new movie.
Sources tell PEOPLE that the couple are in 'a good place' and she makes him 'very happy,' even claiming that Brad has started introducing Ines as his 'girlfriend.'
Pitt and de Ramon were both at the LACMA’s Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles earlier this month. While they weren't photographed together, sources add that the couple were 'super loving' at the event and spent the evening 'laughing and joking with everyone around them'.
In other Brad Pitt news, earlier this year it was revealed that the Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood actor bought his elderly neighbour's home and let him live there rent-free until he died.
In 1994, Brad bought a sprawling Los Angeles estate from actress Cassandra Peterson.
In an interview with PEOPLE, Peterson explained: "I think there were like 22 houses that were contiguous to the edge of the property. And every time they came up he bought one."
One of the homes at the edge of Pitt's land belonged to an elderly man named John, who was in his 90s when the actor started to expand.
"[Pitt] was very, very kind to [him]," Peterson said. "His wife passed away and the husband, John, lived there."
As the actor expanded his property portfolio, he ended up buying John's house, but allowed him to stay for the rest of his life, without ever paying a penny's rent.
And if Brad Pitt's willing to pay your bills, you might as well make the most of it!