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Friendly Exes

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Brad Pitt may have one of the most storied romantic lives in Hollywood, but his exes (well, most of them) seem to have only good things to say about the iconic heartthrob.

Gwyneth Paltrow, who Pitt dated from 1994 until their broken engagement in 1997, recent spoke about her ex and Seven costar in an interview with Harper's Bazaar.

"One of them is still one of my best friends—one from high school, Tony Woods. I’m friendly with Brad Pitt. I don’t have any really bad blood."

Only Kind Words To Say

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This isn't the first time that Paltrow has spoken fondly of Pitt, telling Howard Stern back in 2015 that her dad loved him in particular.

"I definitely fell in love with him. He was so gorgeous and sweet. I mean, he was Brad Pitt. … My father was so devastated when we broke up. My father loved him like a son. I was such a kid. I was 22 when we met. It’s taken me until 40 to get my head out of my a--. You can’t make that decision when you’re 22 years old . . . I wasn’t ready, and he was too good for me . . . I didn’t know what I was doing."

Reconciling With Jennifer Aniston

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Pitt is also on his way to being on better terms with his first wife, Jennifer Aniston, as well, referring to her as "a really good friend" at the Golden Globes.

A source told E!News said the exes were friendly at the Globes.

"They said hello very quickly. Jen arrived after Brad. It was brief, but [they] were very cordial and friendly and seemed happy to be there. They approached each other once they saw each other inside and looked happy as they started to hug and say hello. Jen whispered something to Brad, but it wasn't in an affectionate way. They both didn't seem like they wanted to make a big deal about being together in the same room although it was a private party. They were trying to be low-key. Brad left shortly after and didn't stay at the party long."

Drama With Angelina

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However, his divorce from second wife Angelina Jolie has been rather contentious. However, Pitt admits his part in that split. He told NPR:

"A breakup of a family is certainly an eye-opener that as one — and I'm speaking in general again — but as one needs to understand, I had to understand my own culpability in that, and what can I do better,” he said. “Because I don't want to go on like this."

Maybe when they're a few years removed from their split there will be similar cordiality.

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