Angelina Jolie Gushes on Her Love for Brad Pitt in New Interview

She is the envy of many a woman for having Brad Pitt as her man, and Angelina Jolie says she absolutely loves being with the “Fight Club” stud.

In a new interview with the UK Telegraph, the “Changeling” actress gushed about her love for Pitt and how he makes her feel.

“I am very lucky with Brad. He is a real gentleman, but he is also a real man’s man. He’s got the wonderful balance of being an extraordinary, great, loving father, a very, very intelligent man and physically he’s a real man…in all things that it means.”

She continued, “I love being a woman. I love that I can have children. I love feeling soft, I love being with Brad, I love all the sensitivity and natural emotion.”

According to omg!, Pitt recently fueled rumors of an impending wedding when he threw out a few choice words during an interview. “The kids ask about marriage,” he said. “It’s meaning more and more to them. So it’s something we’ve got to look at.”

However Jolie remained mum on that subject when talking to The Telegraph, instead opting to highlight their roles as parents. “When Brad and I decided to have a large family we decided we’d only do it if we could be really hands-on and take the kids with us, seeing them every day. I am always there on weekends, I only ever work a five-day week, and I am often there for breakfast or dinner. When I’m working they come up at lunch.”

As for her movie career, the 36-year-old actress shows no signs of slowing down as she’s reportedly set to play Cleopatra in an upcoming film directed by David Fincher.

“She has been very misunderstood,” said Jolie of the historic figure. “I thought it was all about the glamour, but then I read about her and she was a very strong mother, she spoke five languages and she was a leader.”

Besides being an extremely handsome movie star, Brad Pitt is known for his work as a philanthropist, and next mission is helping the folks affected by flooding in Missouri.

The “Tree of Life” stud explained that he has a special place in his heart for Joppa, as he spent time there as a child.

“I spent a lot of time in Joppa, MO. My grandparents are from there and it is about 50 or 60 miles from where I grew up, so we’re looking into it now.”

“My thoughts are certainly with (the victims) and of course a lot of them will be coming out in the next few days, they have a big mountain ahead of them. I wish them the best.”

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