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Jolie said the split took her by surprise and told Vogue at the time: “I think one day we had just nothing in common.

And it's scary but I think it can happen when you get involved and you don't know yourself yet.”Jolie and Miller met on the set of Hackers in 1995 and the couple tied the knot the following year after eloping in Vegas.

Jolie and Pitt hit the headlines when they began dating after meeting on the set of Mr and Mrs Smith in 2005 and denied they had hooked up while Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston.

The pair became one of the biggest power couples in Hollywood and had three adopted children, Maddox, Zahara and Pax and three biological children Shiloh and twins Vivienna and Knox.

Keep reading to see who Angelina has loved (and lost) over the years.

After a two-month, whirlwind courtship, the couple exchanged 'I Dos' in Las Vegas in 2000 before abruptly separating by summer 2002.

Then, clad in a fur coat opened to reveal a gold lamé bustier beneath, Angelina brought traffic to a standstill as she strolled down a midtown street with Mick in hot pursuit.

Beyond her obvious physical attributes and the fact that she was the daughter of a bona fide Hollywood star (Mick was just four years younger than Voight), Jolie offered something extra: an element of danger.

They dated “quietly” while Angie took drum lessons to impress him. Leonardo Di Caprio The pair showered together in his hotel suite, but Angelina reportedly told friends that there was “little sexual rapport” between the two.

1997 - 1999Many reports state that Hutton and Jolie hooked up during the time they made 'Playing God' (1997) and that Jolie wanted to get serious but it wasn't happening for Hutton and this broke Angelina's heart.

IN “MICK: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger,” best-selling author Christopher Andersen reveals the Rolling Stones frontman’s two-year infatuation with future superstar actress Angelina Jolie. Angie’s Jagger-obsessed mother, actress-producer Marcheline Bertrand, felt otherwise.

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