Angelina Jolie shed a few tears of happiness when Brad Pitt finally popped the question after seven years together, a source has revealed. According to the source, there was a big family hug when Angie put on the engagement ring.
“Angelina cried and smiled,” the New York Daily News quoted the source as telling Us Weekly.
Pitt reportedly rounded up the couple’s six children — Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Vivienne and Knox, and presented the 36-year-old with the bauble, which he spent nearly one year designing with jeweller Robert Procop.
The source said the children, who have reportedly been after their parents to finally tie the knot, were extremely happy as well.
“Everyone hugged once she put the ring on.
“She went around and showed it to each of the kids,” the source said.
Jolie first debuted her diamond stunner during a private viewing trip to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art last last Wednesday, quietly flashing the bling as she made her rounds throughout the museum’s vast showrooms.
The Hollywood A-list couple have been together since 2005, shortly after co-starring in the action-thriller Mr. and Mrs. Smith, amid controversy that they were seeing each other while Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston.
Now, however, it’s Pitt who has a hold on Jolie’s heart.
“Angie considers herself bonded to Brad for life,” the source added.Did you know: Brad and Angelina have been engaged since Christmas
Actress Angelina Jolie, sports an engagement ring as she and Brad Pitt, view works from the Chinese collection at the The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, in Los Angeles. AP Photo/Robert Procop, The Communications Group