Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt enjoyed a weekend getaway without the kids on Saturday after being separated for several months.
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The Hollywood power couple, who got engaged in 2012, were reunited over the weekend for a romantic weekend away. Jolie, 38, spent several months directing her WWII film "Unbroken" in Australia while Pitt, 50, spent much of the winter filming his World War II drama "Fury" in London.
The pair were seen smiling and clutching one another as they made their way into a Beverly Hills hotel on April 5. Their six children Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 7, twins Vivienne and Knox, 5, remained at home.
Last week an insider claimed the "12 Years A Slave Star" and the "Maleficent" actress are preparing to wed this summer. The couple began dating in 2005 after meeting on the set of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith."
"It's been a long time coming but finally it is going to happen," a source said of the wedding according to Daily Mail U.K.
It is unclear whether the couple has finalized the wedding venue, however, Pitt is rumored to have approached acclaimed rock band Kings Of Leon about possibly performing on his big day.
"Brad ended up partying with Kings Of Leon when they played in Los Angeles last week. He spent most of the night talking to Caleb [Followill] and he sounded them out about playing," one insider told the Sun U.K. "It will happen if they can make the dates work."
Another report claims the couple are in the midst of planning matching tattoos to mark their big day. Jolie is an avid tattoo fan and reports claim the Hollywood actress has at least 17 tattoos.
"Brad really wants to do something special, and frankly, a little weird to mark the occasion, and they want to get the exact same design, in the exact same spot in their bodies," a source told RadarOnline.com.
"Brad is like a teenager again as he and Angelina decide on their matching tattoos," the source continued. "He's let Angelina help him pick out tatts in the past but this time it's a real collaboration."