Angelina Jolie and The Weeknd seen leaving restaurant together after enjoying cosy dinner

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Angelina Jolie and therefore the Weeknd was seen leaving an equivalent restaurant together in LA on Thursday evening. The actress, 46, and singer, 31, had spent the night at celebrity hotspot Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica and were pictured leaving just moments apart, consistent with reports. Doting mum Angelina, who is currently browsing a divorce battle with Brad Pitt, isn’t publicly known to be friends with the musician – whose real name is Abel Tesfaye. She looked incredible during a silk dress, while he sported a denim jacket and jeans for the outing.

Page Six reports that the pair “dined together there for hours” and although they’re both single, it’s thought they were on a business meeting. A source on the brink of the singer told the publication: “They’re clearly not trying to cover [the dinner date]. “He’s definitely focused on going to the movie business. He has the new HBO series he’s starring in.” The Weeknd is about to form his acting debut in the HBO Max series The Idol.

In recent weeks, Angelina appears to possess been enjoying a while with an ex. She got tongues wagging as she was seen leaving ex-husband Jonny Lee Miller’s apartment after what seemed to be an intimate dinner together. The pair were married in March 1996 but separated just 18 months later. Their divorce was made official in 1999 and five years later she said that calling it quits was one of her biggest mistakes. But while it’s going to be over three decades since the pair were legally husband and wife, it seems they’re still close. The Mr. and Mrs. Smith star was in NY for a belated birthday trip, where she was joined by all six of her children. Angie made time to enter and see her ex as they enjoyed a couple of hours in each others’ company.

 

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