Brad Pitt attends ex-wife Jennifer Aniston's Christmas Party with ex-girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow
Other celebrities who attended the holiday party were Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Kate Hudson, Lisa Kudrow and Reese Witherspoon.
Brad Pitt, 55, and Jennifer Aniston, 50, are proving that it is possible to be friends with your exes.
It has been almost 15 years since the former couple split up and it seems as though time can heal all ill-feeling. Over the last weekend, Pitt was spotted attending his former wife's holiday star-studded bash. As reported by E!News, a source shared, "Brad arrived a little after 7 pm and most guests started arriving soon after."
"He was among the first to arrive and the second to last guest to leave at close around 11 pm," the source continued. According to pictures from the event, Pitt was seen in a dark bomber jacket with a cap on and arrived at the party with his security. Besides Aniston, another one of Pitt's exes were present, Gwyneth Paltrow.
Other celebrities who attended the holiday party were Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, Kate Hudson, Lisa Kudrow and Reese Witherspoon. "It appeared to be a pretty low key casual affair, a gathering of close friends to celebrate the holidays. The guests were all dressed comfortable and fairly casual," the insider added.
The source also shared that Aniston's home was 'tastefully decorated' and featured white string lights around trees surrounding the property. "It was festive and elegant. Caterers must have arrived earlier in the day to set up but it was all ready by the time her guests arrived. It was low key and not crowded. It was probably about 50 guests celebrating with her," the source continued.
Aniston and Pitt's reunion comes a year after the 'Fight Club' actor attended the former 'Friends' star's 50th birthday bash. The exes will be seen together in upcoming weeks given that they have both been nominated for awards at the 2020 Golden Globes and the 2020 SAG Awards.
"There's no awkwardness and they are friendly. They wish each other the best and are on good terms," the source shared.