What was Angelina up to while Brad partied with celebrity pals?


We knew there was someone missing from the crowds at Guy Ritchie’s wedding this week.

While her husband Brad Pitt partied the night away with some famous pals, including David Beckham, Sting and Claudia Schiffer, Angelina Jolie had other matters to attend to.


…that night at Guy's I hung out with these Guys… #jaxguyjuly #InspiriTour #lucacalvani @robertogirombelli

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The Oscar-winning actress was in Burma on a four-day trip with Aung San Suu Kyi.

She joined the country’s opposition leader and democracy campaigner to visit workers in the country who are forced to be employed in horrific conditions.

Angelina met factory workers, most of whom are women, at an industrial zone on the outskirts of Burma’s largest city. The pair witnessed first-hand how the women work and live and also toured inside the factory.

Earlier this week Angelina, who is a special envoy for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, travelled to Kachin state. This has become home to tens of thousands of displaced people since the ceasefire between Burma’s government and rebel fighters broke down in 2011.

This is her first visit to the country which has only recently been released from military rule.

While Angelina was busy in South-East Asia, husband Brad enjoyed a night with friends at the star-studded bash to celebrate Guy and Jacqui’s wedding.


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Earlier this week a source had told The Mirror: “The guest list is jaw-dropping. It’s like the Oscars. If even half of them come, it will be the party of the year.”

It certainly looked it! We nearly lost track of all the celebs spotted at the festival-themed nuptials. 

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