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Angie and Brad's mom clash over Shiloh

2012-07-18 12:01
 
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Los Angeles - Angelina Jolie is reportedly furious with Jane Pitt for buying her six-year-old daughter fairy outfits.

The Oscar-winning actress raises six children with Jane's son Brad and while she is happy for their oldest biological daughter Shiloh to dress like a boy, Jane insists on purchasing her girly outfits, much to Angelina's annoyance.

A source said: "It's well documented that Shiloh likes to dress like a boy. But Jane still insists on buying her fairy costumes and princess dresses, which Angelina finds very disrespectful."

Angelina - who also has kids Maddox, 10, Pax, nine, Zahara, seven, and four-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with Brad - is still furious with Jane for writing a letter against legalising same-sex marriage in the US, even though Brad and Angelina are huge gay rights activists.

The source continued: "Brad and Angelina were devastated by Jane's actions. They have worked hard campaigning for equality, working closely with Barack Obama.

"Angelina called Jane and told her she believes she's setting a bad example for the kids."

- BangShowBiz

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